[quote="Sparticus, post:9, topic:234458"]
Read the title and the premise of the show, there you will find information. I don't call women B**tches. It tends to defile them. Add in Catholics and yes I can make a clear assumption.
Oh can you? Please dig a little deeper then.
The show is based on a book which was the only premise I could find which says...
For Heaven's sake...Never let God get in the way of a good story. Good Christian Bitches is the lighthearted tale of Amanda Vaughn, a recently divorced mother of two. To get a fresh start, she moves back to the affluent Dallas neighborhood where she grew up. In an Alfred Hitchcock Presents, Desperate Housewives on steroids style, her old friends are already out to destroy her reputation. In the whirling midst of salacious gossip, Botox, and fraud, Amanda turns to those who love her and the faith she's always known. Will the Good Christian Bitches get the best of her, or will everyone see that these GCBs are as counterfeit as their travel jewelry?
So the main protagonist actually turns TO Christianity for guidance... also one of the reviews of the book from amazon.com...
Frankly, I bought this book because of the title. I saw it mentioned on TV, and as a church-going Christian that likes a good laugh, I thought I would find it here. But after a brief mention at the beginning, as of up to page 143, where I decided I'd had enough, there was nothing about "Good" or "Christian". Church was only mentioned in passing. The "B's" of the title turned out to be the socialites of Dallas, and their fear of losing their husbands to the returnee from California, Amanda. Dallas sure sounds like hell on earth. Full of liars, backstabbers, thieves, and nut cases. And those are just the women. Not a single likable person in the bunch, not even Amanda's children. Her children are mouthy and rude, and she laughs when they talk back. Her nine year old daughter calls everyone in Dallas "fat." Her son says Dallas "sucks." Amanda thinks it's all funny. I thought it was pathetic. **Church isn't the center of attention here, it's the Longhorn Ball. The book should have been called "The Longhorn Ball Bitches." **If you really want to read it, wait till it comes out in paperback. Save your money. I paid full price and gave up in the middle.
Now... is the show something that will be considered Christian? Of course not. But aside from your assumptions you seem to have nothing to show that it is as you think it will be.
Edit: also if you go to the thread the above poster linked you'll see a quote from an interview with the author of the book concerning the title...
Will your pastor get past the title of the book?
The title is not mocking God. It's mocking those of us who love God and don't always make the best choices to honor him.