For anyone who worries that "Saturday Night Live" doesn't take enough risks, we will kindly point you in the direction of "Djesus Uncrossed," which puts Jesus Christ in a Quentin Tarantino-directed, ultra-violent revenge flick akin to "Django Unchained."
The "SNL" parody is sure to offend many Christians, who may be put off by the first "SNL" of the Lent season depicting the Son of God as opting to not sit at the right hand of the Father after rising from the dead, and instead kicking the asses of those who crucified him.
Breitbart.com wasted no time in branding the sketch as "controversial" only hours after it aired. World News Daily called the video "obviously offensive," and made an argument echoed by several HuffPost commenters and readers, that a similar parody involving the Prophet Mohammed would not be tolerated.
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