Melissa Joan Hart recently told her 6-year-old son to be wary of people who don't believe in Jesus.
"We don't know if these people are good people. We don't know if they believe in Jesus. And he really took the Jesus part to heart."
After Hart's son made friends with a Jewish boy, he asked his mother, "If you're Jewish, how do you get to heaven?"
Hart said she had some "heated" discussions with the Jewish boy's mother but did not elaborate.
Hart said that she reflected upon the warning she gave her son, but did not say whether she regretted it or not.
Many critics online blasted Hart for being anti-Semetic because her specific example was involving a Jewish child.
Others criticized Hart more generally for suggesting that anyone who's not a Christian cannot be a good person.