While discussing the Ten Commandments on ‘The View’ this week, the show’s producers censored out the use of the word ‘Jesus’, according to BizPacReview.
Paula Faris, one of the show’s co-hosts, explained that when she was young, her parents didn’t allow her and her siblings to say “Jesus”—but the word was censored out.
Check it out:
The hosts were discussing a British study that showed that many of the U.K.’s Christian citizens wanted to ignore four of The Ten Commandments, when co-host Paula Faris, a Christian, explained how things were in her house when she was a kid.
“My parents were really strict about what we said in the home. We couldn’t say “Oh my God,” we couldn’t say “JC,” we couldn’t say “(Jesus),” she explained. But the show censored Jesus’s name from the broadcast.
“Unless you were praising Him,” she continued. “And then you could say ‘(Jesus),’” which was, again, censored.
Here’s the clip:
SOME COMMANDMENTS OBSOLETE? The co-hosts give their take on if certain commandments are outdated. pic.twitter.com/O0i6kSggkd
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