End Is Near? Dallas Pastor Claims ‘Fifty Shades’ Sign of Apocalypse

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DALLAS -- The newly released S&M flick, Fifty Shades of Grey might be a sinful indulgence for your senses, but it looks like the amorous movie is heating up folks in more ways than one.

"I think this movie and many other indicators show that our culture is lacking moral restraint," Pastor Robert Jeffers said. "And it may show that we may be closer to the end than we think."

You heard the man. The end of the world.

Pastor Jeffers is throwing major shade at "Shade."

Jeffers preaches from the pulpit at The First Baptist Church in downtown Dallas. This man's no stranger when it comes to passionate and polarizing opinions on everything from same-sex marriage to politics.

But his new revelation on "Grey" is raising eyebrows.

"So, people ask -- 'How do you criticize it if you haven't seen it?' And I say, you don't have to eat you know what to know it taste bad," Pastor Jeffers said.

Hey, he isn't the only critic of the raunchy romance.

"The troublesome thing about this movie is that it's lifted up as sexy, cool, awesome!! That's disgusting," said conservative talk show host Mark Davis.

Now, Davis isn't saying the movie will bring out the four horsemen, but says the movie's themes are a little too violent.

"What says Valentines day more than twisted perverse abusive relationships?" asked Davis.

Okay, we get it. One man's pleasure is another man's petulance.

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