March27 , 2023

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    A Christian group in the UK criticized a new range of Christmas cards as “deeply offensive.”

    Christian Action Research and Education (CARE) took notice of Love Layla’s holiday cards which the Yorkshire-based gift company claimed to be “humorous and edgy”, but are disrespectful of the Christian faith, reports The Independent.

    A lot of Christians will be deeply offended by this sort of thing. It highlights a fundamental hypocrisy that Christianity is seen as fair game to mock, disparage and insult. —James Mildred, communication Manager of Christian Action Research and Education

    One of the cards that bothered the Christian community was the one that showed a drawing of Joseph, Mary and baby Jesus with the caption, “Mary just needs to admit she slept with someone else.” Christians slammed the “C’mon Mary” card and asked for its recall from the market.