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Controversy in the networks for the posters of the city with the message: "Christmas is Jesus" – 12/25/2018



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On the subway, the traffic lights, the Metrobus stops, also on the giant screen of the Vatican square, on the border with the Colón Theater, the city of Buenos Aires was flooded, in the period before Christmas and Christmas Eve, by a a religious message that provoked controversy and again fueled crack in social networks. A short prayer that was repeated by different neighborhoods with a slogan that caused anger and support: "Christmas is Jesus."

It is an application that promoted the Christian Alliance of Evangelical Churches of the Argentine Republic (ACIERA), and that the state authorities accepted to spread.

"Christmas is Jesus," the message that caused controversy.

On the ACIERA website they explained that it was an initiative of that institution this message was conveyed from December 23 to December 26 throughout the city to "focus as believers to fulfill God's purpose." "In the days leading up to the celebration of Christmas, the Metrobus digital posters in the Autonomous City of Buenos Aires show the true meaning of Christmas," they reported from the website.

"Christmas is Jesus," the message that caused controversy.

"This announcement that thousands of people will see at every bus stop, plaza or avenue is the message announced by the angel two thousand years ago to the Virgin Mary. This message focuses us as believers to fulfill God's purpose"

"Christmas is Jesus," the message that caused controversy.

When seeing the message in the digital signage of the city, messages on social networks multiplied by and against of the use of public posters for religious propaganda. The crack again took the force with questions to the head of government Horacio Rodríguez Larreta, on the one hand, and support to the religious entity, on the other.

"Christmas is Jesus," the message that caused controversy.

"Christmas is Jesus," the message that caused controversy.

"Christmas is Jesus," the message that caused controversy.

"Christmas is Jesus," the message that caused controversy.

"Christmas is Jesus," the message that caused controversy.

"Christmas is Jesus," the message that caused controversy.

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