In a shocking move for Hollywood, Mark Wahlberg has taken a stand for his own religious beliefs by declaring that he will not deny his faith despite the industry’s apparent commitment to anti-God values.
As many celebrities have seemingly lost their moral compass, Wahlberg boldly challenges the movement – proving you don’t have to sacrifice your faith in the pursuit of fame.
Dailywire reports, the actor Mark Wahlberg said “faith” is not popular in Hollywood, but he insists he won’t deny his, as that is “even a bigger sin.”
His appearance on “Today” on Ash Wednesday marked the start of 40 days of Lent, commemorating Jesus Christ’s 40 days in the desert before he began his public ministry.
This news comes after heavy criticism from the Christians and Catholics over the satanic grammys.
Vice reports, after Sam Smith and Kim Petras’ fiery performance at the Grammy Awards and Pfizer’s sponsorship, the Christian Right is in a tailspin.
“Unholy” was performed by Sam Smith and Kim Petras in a fiery performance. Smith wore red leather, while Petras danced in a cage surrounded by flames. A dominatrix-style dancer wore horns and held a riding crop. At the end, Smith donned a top hat adorned with devil horns and danced with a cane.
Marjorie Taylor Greene tweeted “The Grammy’s featured Sam Smith’s demonic performance and was sponsored by Pfizer. And the Satanic Church now has an abortion clinic in NM that requires its patients to perform a satanic ritual before services. American Christians need to get to work.”
Mark Wahlberg’s public statement that faith is not popular in Hollywood has sent shockwaves through the Christian community. Since the Grammy Awards performance of “Unholy” by Sam Smith and Kim Petras, sponsored by Pfizer, there has been a palpable feeling of a collective loss of morality and values. To counter this trend, Wahlberg has taken a stand for religious freedom and pro-life values; he insists that denying his faith is an even bigger sin than going against popular opinion. His move may signal a conservative resurgence in Hollywood culture or it may just be an anomaly – whatever the result, it shows that people are standing up for their beliefs in the face of what many perceive to be an increasingly cult-like environment.
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