Last Friday’s episode of “The View” is making headlines after the show decided to bleep out the name “Jesus Christ,” with some critics lashing out over the decision to mute the Christian savior’s full title from the discussion.  The question, of course, is why the network made that decision. But before we get there, let’s first explore the details surrounding what exactly unfolded. The hosts of the show were discussing the Ten Commandments when host Paula Faris — who is a Christian — started sharing about

her upbringing and the words that she was and wasn’t allowed to say as a child, specifically when it came to taking the Lord’s name in vain. “My parents were really strict about what we said in the home. We couldn’t say, ‘Oh, my God.’ We couldn’t say J.C., we couldn’t say [bleeped out],” Faris said during the show. “My son…we could say ‘Jeez’ … unless you were praising him, and then you could say, [bleeped out].” READ MORE