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The Office actor Rainn Wilson declares ‘there is an anti-Christian bias in Hollywood’

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The Office actor Rainn Wilson acknowledged what he called an “anti-Christian bias in Hollywood.”

Wilson took to Twitter to comment on the eighth episode of HBO Max’s The Last of Us and the show’s main character Ellie who encounters a cannibal and cult leader named David quoting from the Bible.


“I do think there is an anti-Christian bias in Hollywood,” Wilson tweeted. “As soon as the David character in ‘The Last of Us’ started reading from the Bible I knew that he was going to be a horrific villain. Could there be a Bible-reading preacher on a show who is actually loving and kind?”

Twitter users replied in agreement, with one suggesting that “positive portrayals of Christianity are rare, but [Jesus Revolution] was simply beautiful.”

“I very much agree with you,” one Twitter user posted. “If you want to see a very good Christian movie, I would recommend the new movie ‘Jesus Revolution’ that just came out. Positive portrayals of Christianity are rare, but this movie was simply beautiful.”

“Rainn, we disagree on a lot,” another tweet stated, “but thank you for acknowledging this. As a Christian there’s not much content that I can’t dive into and get excited about and the last episode of TLOU was just a slap in the face.”

Another Twitter user mocked Wilson’s post, questioning why he was “acting surprised.”

“Popular media is pushing back against an institution infamous for abusing power and refusing to keep up with the times,”

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