Franklin Graham Levels Madonna With Frightening News After What She Just Said

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June 24, 2019Jun 24, 2019

It's one thing to go ahead and do what you want, knowing it's against what the Bible says. But to attribute your horrendous actions to Jesus? That's not good.

Beyond not good, it's a "frightening thought" to imagine what God will do to those who sanction abortion as something Jesus would approve of, says Franklin Graham in a fiery Facebook post.

After Madonna's recent comments about Jesus' view on abortion made headlines, the bold evangelist took the time to set the record straight for the aging icon and all of her followers. Tagging the singer, Graham wrote:

"Madonna says that the Author of Life, Jesus Christ, would approve of the destruction of life through abortion. That’s absurd! I’m sorry that Madonna and others who believe the way she does are so misled. They must not understand that one day God will hold them accountable. To stand before a Holy God with the blood of the unborn on your hands is a frightening thought. Our only hope is to repent of our sins and put our faith and trust in Jesus Christ, our Creator and the giver of life," ended Graham's rebuke.

Music critics have been saying that the once-famous boundary-pushing singer is now losing relevance. Her record sales and concert attendance has revealed her decline in pop culture. Maybe that is why the Material Girl is trying extra hard to make headlines with controversial statements.

Madonna also spoke quite presumptuously about the pope, saying that he would probably be up to having her over for drinks. “One day he might invite me. I think this one might,” she said of being invited to drinks by the Pope, though she has been excommunicated multiple times.

Earlier, Madonna also said of the pope, “I also feel like this new pope is kind of groovy, and I think we might be able to get together and have a chat about sex." So far, such a meeting is unbeknownst to us.

What do you think of Madonna's outlandish comments of Jesus' approval of abortion and of Franklin Graham's strong rebuke? Let us know in the comments! We want to hear.

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