Teenage Witch' no more: Sabrina tells ABC satan not welcome, her house is a home for Jesus

‘Teenage Witch’ no more: Sabrina tells ABC satan not welcome, her house is a home for Jesus

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[CBN News] Actress Melissa Joan Hart is opening up about her faith journey and the path that led her to call Jesus her Savior, and she’s coming under fire for it.

VIDEO: [ABC] Melissa Joan Hart gives her faith journey on prime-time tv, with Paula Faris

In an interview on “Journeys of Faith,” Paula Faris’s podcast for the ABC network, Hart reveals that she now attends a Presbyterian church, studies the Bible, and is always seeking to grow to closer to God.

Hart is taking a lot of heat for the interview, with haters blasting her on social media, calling her names and cursing her for her belief that all people need to know Christ. Most of the comments from her critics aren’t fit to reprint.

Apparently, a lot of people are angry that she believes Jesus is the path to heaven, which is the central belief of Christianity. She’s even been accused of being anti-Semitic because she believes what Christians believe.

It’s because her son met a Jewish boy at school and then asked his mom about who’s going to heaven and what it takes to get there. Hart told him we need to know Jesus to get to heaven. Her son and his new school friend engaged in many discussions about faith. So did Hart and the other boy’s mom who had called her at the beginning to discuss what the boys were talking about.

“I’m a Christian, I believe that Jesus is my savior. I believe in God and I believe in Jesus as His son,” she explained in the interview.

This article continues at [CBN News] Sabrina, ‘Teenage witch’ now burns for Jesus

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