During a recent “Good Morning America” interview, actress Melissa Joan Hart discussed her latest film role, a teacher punished for speaking about Jesus in front of students.
Filming the sequel to the faith-based movie “God’s Not Dead,” Hart revealed, exposed her to some anti-Christian backlash.
“If a Christian’s right is subordinate to all other rights,” she said, “then it’s not a right at all. And so, you know, I think it’s really about tolerance across the board for everyone.”
She concluded by comparing the criticism she is getting now to complaints from Christians during her time playing the lead in the TV series “Sabrina: The Teenage Witch.”
“I was getting grief before for being a witch by the Christian community,” Hart said, noting that “now it’s from the other way.”