GCB, a show that made a mockery of the Christian faith by focusing on the worst stereotypes of Christians from the American South, has been cancelled. Beginning and End covered the show in detail in the article “GCB – Gross Christian Blasphemy” (which can be seen here), in which the show which revolves around the lives of “devout Christian” women in Texas who spend their lives scheming, gossiping, in adultery and all sorts of sin with no real concern for their Christian faith. According to reports:
ABC has officially passed on ordering second seasons of four series, including “GCB,” which is based on Kim Gatlin’s novel Good Christian B—-s and centers on a newly widowed woman who moves back with her family to the upscale Dallas, Texas, neighborhood where she grew up, according to tvline.com.
The Bible makes it clear that God takes blasphemy seriously and GCB took stereotyping Christians to the extreme. In the season finale, the pastor of the church on the show (who in earlier episodes was drinking at a Hooters-style restaurant), finds himself back at the bar again, putting the moves on the female lead as the “cliffhanger” leading into Season 2. But that will end up being the final scene of the series. Protests led by One Million Moms and the Just Say No To GCB Facebook page led to many sponsors pulling their ads from GCB during the season.
Be not deceived; God is not mocked: for whatsoever a man soweth, that shall he also reap. — Galatians 6:7