One powerful line about Jesus in Tim Allen’s ABC sitcom leaves atheist libs speechless

When faced with the bountifulness of Jesus’ unconditional love, liberal atheists STILL have no answer.

A clip of the ABC sitcom “Last Man Standing,” shared by Newsbusters, proves the show isn’t any more afraid of religion (or Obama) than it is of politics.

Tim Allen plays staunch conservative Mike Baxter. His liberal, effeminate son-in-law, Ryan, is upset that his son, Boyd, confessed to stealing candy.

But not for the reason you’d expect — Ryan was upset because he thinks his friend, Kyle, played the Jesus card.

“I want Boyd to tell the truth because it’s the right thing to do, and not because he thinks he’s gonna be punished by an angry God,” Ryan told his friend in a perfect exposition of twisted liberal logic.

But Ryan is at a loss for words when Kyle responds with a message about Jesus’ unconditional love.

“I never said that,” Kyle replied. “Boyd was scared that if he told you what he did, you wouldn’t love him anymore. So I said you were like my friend Jesus, and even if I do something bad, as long as I’m honest, he still loves me.”

Imagine that, a positive portrayal of Christ on network television. What’s the world coming to?

H/T Newsbusters

Tom Tillison

Tom Tillison

Tom is a grassroots activist who distinguished himself as one of the top conservative bloggers in Florida before joining BizPac Review.
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301 thoughts on “One powerful line about Jesus in Tim Allen’s ABC sitcom leaves atheist libs speechless

  1. DontSpeakLiberish says:

    For the fact that Kyle is always portrayed as an airhead, in the end, he is usually the wisest one

  2. Sparkle Plenty says:

    I’ve always liked this show and this episode just gave me one more reason.

  3. RPrior says:

    Tim Allen is our all time favourite actor.

    Great family humour

    1. tedlv says:

      Guess I’m going to have to start watching it!

    2. MarcusWoodson says:

      If you get a chance to see him live he’s a riot

  4. libertyluvur says:

    My god athests are such punks. Don’t like it, don’t watch it. The world does not evolve around you and your opinions. Don’t forget, opinions are like ass holes, every one has one and they all stink.

  5. bufford54 says:

    The thing about lying is, you need a good memory.

  6. DebraJMSmith says:

    hmm… Well… Here’s the thing. As a biblical born again Christian, I disagree with what Kyle said.

    1 – Jesus is more than a believer’s friend. He is our Lord, God and risen. Savior.
    2 – Jesus forgives those of us who are His followers, those of us who believe on Him.
    3 – Jesus forgives His followers, even when we are not totally honest.
    4 – Jesus would not want us to respect a heathen so much that we would not tell a child about Jesus.

  7. five.to.midnight says:

    Your first concern should be not what you give to Jesus but what Jesus gives to you.

  8. BBC of today

    Vatican treasurer Cardinal George Pell has said the Catholic Church has made “enormous mistakes” in
    dealing with claims of sexual abuse.

    He gave evidence from Rome via video link to an Australian inquiry into child sex abuse.

    Cardinal Pell, Australia’s most senior Catholic, was asked whether he knew if paedophiles were active in churches under his watch.

    “I’m not here to defend the indefensible,” said Cardinal Pell.

    “The Church has made enormous mistakes and is working to remedy those but the Church in many places, certainly in Australia, has mucked things up, has let people down,” he said.

    Cardinal Pell, who is not accused of sexual abuse, denied knowing about paedophile priests who were active
    in the Ballarat diocese during his time there as a priest in the 1970s and 1980s.

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