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Anti-Christian bias at the BBC

Islam should be treated more sensitively than Christianity because Muslims are less integrated and more of a minority group, said Mark Thompson, Director General of the BBC. In 2006 executives at the BBC admitted that they would consider broadcasting a scene where the Bible was thrown into a bin but they would never do the same with the Koran.

 

The BBC took action over the lewd behaviour of two highly paid presenters, Russell Brand and Jonathan Ross. This followed about 30,000 complaints. But when the BBC broadcast appalling anti-Christian blasphemies in Jerry Springer the Opera it received over 63,000 complaints and did not budge an inch. Many Christians will feel the difference is the latest in a series of incidents which reveal an anti-Christian bias at the publicly-funded broadcaster. The BBC’s own Andrew Marr has described the corporation as not impartial or neutral. Its a publicly funded, urban organisation with an abnormally large number of young people, ethnic minorities and gay people. It has a liberal bias.

 

In recent weeks the BBC has been at the centre of several controversies involving perceived bias against Christianity. Its long-running quiz show, Mastermind, attacked the Gospels of Matthew, Mark, Luke and John, as being unreliable accounts of the life of Jesus. The soap opera, EastEnders, ridiculed Christian character, Dot Cotton, for objecting to a gay kiss. Best-selling children’s author and Christian, G P Taylor, said he was refused appearances on the BBC because it couldn’t be seen to be promoting Jesus.

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