Netflix released a comedy film that depicts Jesus as a gay man and Christians around the world would not have it.
The new Netflix Christmas edition titled "The First Temptation Of Christ", shows Jesus Christ in a gay relationship with his male friend Orlando and Mary as a weed-smoker in the comedy film and this has angered millions of Christians especially, all over the world.
The First Temptation of Christ was made by a YouTube comedy group and was released by Netflix in Brazil on 3 December.
Netflix's description of the show reads: "Jesus, who's hitting the big 3-0, brings a surprise guest to meet the family. A Christmas special so wrong, it must be from comedians Porta dos Fundos."
In the one-off show, it is implied that Jesus is in a sexual relationship which has led to millions signing a petition demanding its withdrawal.
At the time of this report, 1,734,394 people have signed a petition against the programme.
Reacting to the film, Apostle Suleman on Sunday took to his social media page to condemn the it and what it stands for said it is "an insult to Christianity and abuse to our sensibilities". He called for Christians to delete the App on their device to join in condemning the film. He wrote;
We have 2.5billion Christians on earth,if Netflix goes ahead with this rubbish,we should boycott them.. that movie is evil,its not right and it will not stand.
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...
Also reacting, a former aide to ex-President Goodluck Jonathan, Reno Omokri condemned the movie and wondered if they would try the same thing with Quran.
He warned that Christian's style of tolerance should not be taken as weakness.