Nation's Postal Service Ad Shows Virgin Mary Impregnated by Mailman

Nation’s Postal Service Ad Shows Virgin Mary Impregnated by Mailman

The postal service of the nation of Norway is running a Christmas advertisement showing Mary gets impregnated by a mailman.

According to Lifesite News, “A new commercial for the Christmas season produced by the Norwegian Postal Service, Posten Norge, suggests that Christ’s conception in the Virgin Mary’s womb was not miraculous and that He was really the mailman’s son.  

The ad which the Postal Service said is meant to “create awareness about Posten in a warm, humorous and surprising way,” is incredibly offensive to Christians as it not only denies Jesus’ divinity and the Virgin Birth, it implies that Mary was unfaithful to Joseph, willingly having sex with any man who knocked on her door. “

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