The Senior Pastor of Omega Fire Ministeries, Apostle Johnson Suleman has warned Christians to delete the Netflix movie streaming app from their devices and end their subscription as the company has approved a movie titled ‘the first temptation of Christ’.
The movie, which has generated various criticism online was produced by a Brazil-based comedy group called “Portas Dos Fundos” meaning ‘Back Door’.
The movie was rejected by many believers because it depicts Jesus as a homosexual.
“We have 2.5 billion Christians on earth, if Netflix goes ahead with this rubbish, we should boycott them.. that movie is evil, it’s not right and it will not stand”.
Still on the issue, Apostle Suleman posted another tweet urging Christians to delete the app and cancel their subscription.
“Delete Netflix app on your system..unfollow them if you are a true Christian..The movie ‘gay Jesus’ is an insult to Christianity and abuse to our sensibilities..we stand to condemn it and all it stands for…Mad people…”
Similarly, Reno Omokri, former media aide to President Goodluck Jonathan and Pastor of a US-based church also charged Christians to delete the app describing the movie an aberration on Chrisitians.
According to Reno, no true Christian should continue to patronize Netflix if it goes ahead to release the movie on its platform
He said, “The other day, a misguided woman used Scripture as an ashtray. Now, Netflix announces a film about a gay Jesus. Would they do that to the Quran? Do NOT take advantage of Christian’s tolerance. We choose non-violence. Not that we can’t be violent!”.