Season Two of the 1970s cartoon, F is for Family, was released on May 30 on Netflix and, while it had its funny moments and nostalgic memories, especially for this child of the ’70s, it also had plenty of horrifically offensive moments for Christians. Created by Michael Price (The Simpsons) and comedian Bill Burr and produced by actors Vince Vaughn and Peter Billingsley (Ralphie in A Christmas Story), the series centers around the animated Murphy family, headed by

parents Frank (voiced by Bill Burr) and Sue (Laura Dern). Just as in the ’70s, smoking, drugs, sexism, racism, sex and cursing are rampant, seat belts are optional and rage-a-holic men, family dysfunction and arguing parents on the brink of divorce reign supreme. But Christianity as an ongoing butt of jokes throughout the show didn’t ring true. If anything, I remember faith being off-limits for attacks when I was a child in the 1970s. A person’s faith, even Christianity, was revered and respected, never treated with the impiety and profanation that it is today. So, in that regard, the show comes off a bit anachronistic. READ MORE