The Gospel According to Disney


This is an article from the 2004 British online edition of The Guardian that explains clearly why Disney has an aversion to the One True God.
null Disney may have colonised the imagination of the world’s children for the best part of 80 years, but – remarkably in one of the world’s most ostentatiously Christian countries – the entertainment company has done so without the aid of God, a new book points out.

The Gospel According to Disney: Faith, Trust and Pixie Dust, by Mark Pinsky, an American journalist and best-selling author of a similar book about The Simpsons, shows that the film industry’s most family-oriented entertainer has rarely mentioned God, and that such religious figures as there are in its animated films are almost entirely bad.Pinsky, the religion reporter at the Orlando Sentinel, argues: “In the more than 35 animated features Disney has released since 1937, there is scarcely a mention of God as conceived in the Christian and Jewish faiths shared by most people in the western world and many beyond.” Click here to read the rest of the article!

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