Manipulating the Religious

Manipulating the Religious

ManipulationDiane Robertson

The gay lobby has a weapon more amazing than any gun, bomb, or fighter jet ever invented. Without a single shot fired, the gay lobby is winning the culture war. That weapon—manipulation.

Through insisting Christians and other religious people are bad, hateful, and even anti-Christian for believing in the traditional religious teachings about sexuality, the gay lobby has formed the ultimate weapon. They have had tremendous success getting people to turn against their traditions, their beliefs and their God simply because no one wants to appear hateful or intolerant.

Dan Savage, x-rated sex columnist, creator of the “It Gets Better” Campaign, and outspoken leader of the gay lobby is once again improving this weapon.  Savage has started a new campaign, the “Not all Like That” (NALT) campaign. He has designed a website for Christians to download video testimonials stating their support for “homosexual civil rights”.

In a video announcing the new campaign, Savage states that he is providing a platform for all “NALT Christians”. He encourages Christians to help other Christian’s “come out of the closet” in support of the gay lobby. He asks Christians to “counter the message of anti-gay bigots like Tony Perkins (Family Research Council), Pat Robertson (Christian Broadcasting Network) and Brian Brown (National Organization for Marriage). “

Savage insists that if “NALT Christians” don’t speak up their silence will do damage to homosexuals and to Christianity itself.  Now that is manipulation. The gay lobby is not trying to save Christianity. The gay lobby is trying to silence Christianity and any religion, family, or institution that teaches about traditional family roles and sexuality.

In their cultural fight for a society that completely accepts unfettered sexual practices as the ultimate morality, the gay lobby is toppling freedom.

If the public continues to believe men like Dan Savage, freedom of speech, freedom of religion, parental rights, freedom of conscience, and just plain old choice will be a thing of the past. Our children won’t even know the pleasure of being able to write or speak without fear.

 

3 Comments
  • Joanne
    Posted at 07:52h, 11 September Reply

    Thank you so much for letting me know about the NALT campaign. I hadn’t heard about it until now. I am a strong supporter of Mr. Savage’s wonderful work with his “It Gets Better” project. I look forward to a day when all our children, gay and straight, will know the pleasure of speaking the truth without fear. As a Christian I will donate to NALT and continue to love all God’s children.

  • Larry
    Posted at 23:47h, 12 September Reply

    Diane, thank you for articulating so well the power behind the fear of being seen as intolerant; so many cower in such fear of being regarded as a bigot that they compromise their faith and spiritual integrity so as to be accepted as virtuous tolerant people.

  • shrogi
    Posted at 21:36h, 28 July Reply

    Thank you for showing me that not all Christians are hate-filled and intolerant, that there are some decent Christians.

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