Why Did Disney Block God?

It turns out you can give thanks for a lot of different folks on the Disney Channel website—but you can’t thank God. I received a Facebook message on Sunday from Julie Anderson, of Angier, North Carolina, a town located about 30 miles from Raleigh. Julie was writing to tell me about her daughter, Lilly. Lilly celebrated her 10th birthday on Sunday. After church and a delicious lunch at the Golden Corral, the Andersons headed home—and Lilly made a beeline for the computer. Now, Lilly loves the Disney Channel—and as she was browsing the channel’s website she noticed a question. The Disney Channel wanted to know what she was thankful for. So Lilly typed in her answer. “God, my family, my church and my friends,” the 10-year-old wrote. Lilly pressed the return key and waited for her answer to appear on the website. But her response did not appear. Instead, a message written in red popped up on the screen. “Please be nice!” the message read. Lilly tried again and again with no luck—so she told her parents.

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