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KKLA Responds to ‘Passion’ With Web Petition

KKLA Responds to ‘Passion’ With Web Petition

Southern California Christian station KKLA(FM) is taking a different step in response to the controversy over “who killed Christ,” brought about by the release of the film, “The Passion of the Christ.”
It launched what it calls the “I’m Responsible” movement.
Through April 11, Easter, listeners can visit the KKLA Web site and add their name to a digital engraved wall of names of Christians proclaiming their personal responsibility for the death of Christ. The movement seeks to help people acknowledge that Jesus took on the sins of the world and died on the cross to redeem humanity.
“It is essential that we not participate with, nor endorse, any one voice of accusation or blame against any one people or religion for (His) death. It is our hope that we can bridge the gap of confusion and fear by publicly declaring our own individual responsibility,” said Frank Pastore, host of KKLA’s daily drive time talk show, “Live From L.A.”
The site is