Entitled, Habit, the film features Paris Jackson, the 22-year-old daughter of the late Michael Jackson, who is depicted as a female Jesus. Co-star Bella Thorne is depicted as a street-smart girl with a "Jesus fetish" who pretends to be a nun while trying to escape the consequences of a violent drug deal.
The whole thing is blasphemy on steroids, and it remains to be seen if the film will ever even be released now that the world has fallen to not just fears about a virus but also escalating race wars. Since there is still time to stop it, The Christian Film & Television Commission (CFTC) is urging people to sign a petition calling on the creators of Habit to kill the project before it gets publicly released.
"The movie is already in post-production after wrapping filming about a week before the industry's coronavirus shutdowns," reports the CFTC. "However, no release date has been planned. This means that there is still a chance to stop the widescale release of the film."
Because of all the chaos taking place as society swirls the toilet, perhaps the minds behind Habit will rethink its release all on their own. Maybe, just maybe, they will recognize that God is trying to get their attention with everything going on, urging them to repent.
Or maybe this is just wishful thinking, seeing as how the collective consciences of those pulling the strings in Hollywood have been seared beyond all recognition. In either case, good, decent people need to let Hollywood know what they think of this film in the hopes that it can be stopped.
Among the production teams behind it are Donovan Leitch, 852 Films, Martingale Pictures, Voltage Pictures, Cloudlight, and Elevated Films. Michael Jones and Silver Heart Productions were also involved early on, but are no longer listed as members of the production team.
"This mischaracterization of Jesus needs to be addressed before it reaches susceptible young people!" says the CFTC.
"Through this petition, we can pressure those companies to halt the release of these films while also building a coalition to show Hollywood that this kind of movie is unacceptable, unwanted, and unprofitable!"
In the petition, which you can sign at this link, it is explained that the portrayal of Jesus Christ in Habit goes far beyond "artistic liberty."
His blasphemous depiction as a lesbian woman is a massive slap in the face to the more than two billion Christians around the world who "revere Jesus as part of their triune God," it goes on to state.
Just imagine if the film had portrayed Mohammed of the Islamic faith as a transgender black woman? Would that be considered "artistic" license? If the answer is no, then the same applies to Jesus.
"Your portrayal of Christ is such a grotesque representation that it is offensive even for those outside of the Christian faith who deny Christ's deity but revere him as an important historical figure," the petition goes on to state. "This includes more than one billion Muslims around the world."
Since Christians still make up a large percentage of the American population, it is unclear who the target audience of this film might be. Many Americans who do not proclaim to be Christians still have Christian backgrounds, it is important to note, and a good many of them are likely to find the content of Habit both offensive and unpalatable.
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