School that showed in victory parade of Satan against Jesus is accused of religious intolerance by deputies

In a statement the evangelical bench expressed "deep indignation and repudiation of spectacle" that was presented by the Hawks samba school Faithful.
05/03/2019 16h55 - Updated 5/03/2019 16h55
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The representation and the clash of Satan and Jesus in the early hours of last Sunday (3) Hawks held during the parade of the faithful left the leaders of the angry evangelical bench. The Evangelical Parliamentary Front of the House of Representatives said, in a statement on Monday (4), It is quite outraged by the clash in which the devil appears to emerge victorious.

The front of the school committee staged a contest between Jesus and evil forces, including the devil. After the impact, School published in their social networks pictures of other time of the parade, when Jesus comes out winner of the contest, with the words “Jesus has conquered evil”. The samba school linked to the Corinthians, He made a rereading of the samba-plot 1994 "The saliva of the Holy and the Snake Poison", on tobacco history.

For the president of religious bench, Lincoln Portela (PR), "A public presentation offensive and disrespectful to all of us, Christians, to vilify and mock the Lord Jesus Christ and our faith ".

Says the note signed by Portela: "We understand that presentation is not art, it's a crime. No right is absolute, then the right to artistic expression does not overlap the inviolability of conscience and belief ".

Choreographer Hawks, Edgar Junior had an interview with Globo recovered. it, says the focus of the front of the school commission, which brought the clash between Jesus and the Devil, "Was hit".

"We have achieved our goal which was messing with the controversial Jesus and the devil and the faith of each one."

"Events of this nature encourage disrespect and intolerance, opposite way to that which we, Brazilians, we are continually seeking to consolidate ", says the evangelical bench.

Source: Leaf São Paulo

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