SNL Mocks Christians, Kim Davis in Fake Trailer for Faith-Based Film


Saturday Night Live took aim at religious Christians this weekend with a parody movie trailer that spoofed popular faith-based films like the recently-released God’s Not Dead 2.

In the trailer for the “movie,” titled God is a Boob Man, small-town baker Beth finds her faith tested when she’s asked to bake a wedding cake for a gay couple. If she fails to comply, she’ll hear from the gay couple’s “Jewish lawyer.”

The couple tells Beth that all she needs to do is say three words: “God is gay.”

That sets up a legal battle where Beth sets out to “prove once and for all that God is straight.”

Beth visits a high-powered law firm, where she begs a group of attorneys to take her case: “I want to deny basic goods and services to gay people.”

“Everybody out,” jokes Bobby Moynihan. “This is the priority now.”

The trailer also features fake title cards: “From the makers of God on the Run and Angel in Denim: The Kim Davis Story.”

Watch the full SNL parody above.