Monica Cole (of Tupelo, MS) and her imaginary One Million Moms (a front group for the recognized anti-LGBT hate group the American Family Association) has responded to the Hallmark Channels reversal of the removal of the same sex lesbian kiss Zola commercial by starting ANOTHER petition to have it rebanned again and sending out a mass email using the AFA’s email list no doubt, that included a biblical passage that refers to “death to homosexuals and lesbians”
Family entertainment is not the outlet in which to be politically correct by forcing tolerance and acceptance of homosexuality – a sinful lifestyle that Scripture clearly deems as wrong.
You can read so in Romans 1:18-32. 1MM has been called a hate group when speaking the truth, but the truth is anything but hateful.
The culture war, better yet the war for the soul of man, is definitely heating up. 1MM will keep fighting because souls are at stake. This LGBTQ spirit is the same spirit we read about in the Bible that confronted Lot.
It’s relentless but the good news is we serve the God who is King of kings, Lord of lords, and will not be mocked. Hallmark, Zola, etc. and all that make up those companies will ALL bow to the Lord.
One Million Moms is asking once again for Hallmark to stay true to its family friendly roots that so many families have grown to love, and to keep sex and sexual content – including the promotion of homosexuality – out of its programming.
TAKE ACTION: Please sign our petition asking Hallmark to do what is right and reject airing movies and commercials with LGBTQ content! Unless Hallmark retreats your family will boycott Hallmark.
The final lines of final lines of Romans 1:18-32
26 For this reason God gave them up to dishonorable passions. For their women exchanged natural relations for those that are contrary to nature; 27 and the men likewise gave up natural relations with women and were consumed with passion for one another, men committing shameless acts with men and receiving in themselves the due penalty for their error.
32 Though they know God’s righteous decree that those who practice such things deserve to die, they not only do them but give approval to those who practice them.
A crowd estimated at between 700 and 1000 people gathered today chanting “love conquers hate” outside a Northern California strip mall church where last week a pastor said during his sermon he was upset more people weren’t killed in the attack on an Orlando nightclub that left 49 people dead.
Holding rainbow flags and signs that read “We are Orlando” and “Pride Over Prejudice” the protestors, gay. lesbian. trans. bi, and straight defiantly stood outside the Verity Baptist church in Sacramento decrying last week’s sermon by its “pastor” Roger Jimenez.
Hours after the attack at the gay Pulse nightclub in Orlando, Jimenez told his small congregations he wished more people had been killed during the attack, calling the victims “sodomites” and “pedophiles.” The sermon was filmed and uploaded to YouTube.
“There’s no tragedy,” Jimenez said in his hate sermon. “I wish the government would round them all up, put them up against a firing wall, put a firing squad in front of them, and blow their brains out. Are you sad that 50 pedophiles were killed today? Um – no – I think that’s great! I think that helps society. I think Orlando, Florida, is a little safer tonight.”
Following his service, Jimenez defiantly address the press.
“We had a record-breaking attendance here this morning,” the pastor told reporters outside his church. “Normally we have about 200 people…today we had 281.
“And I just wanted to thank the media for all the free publicity.”
Sacramento local LGBT activist Dan Estabrook live streamed the protest using Facebook live.
GOP Presidential hopeful Mike Huckabee is feigning ignorance over the fact that while attending a “religious liberty” convention held in Iowa by anti-gay Pastor Kevin Swanson last week where Swanson and others called for the death of LGBT Americans.
Right Wing Watch provides us with a brief audio clip from Friday in which a reporter at the convention asked Huckabee about it. You’ll be shocked that Huckabee professed not to know anything.
An unnamed reporter asked Huckabee, apparently directly after his speech to the conference, about “reports that there are a few pastors speaking her today that say that if you’re homosexual, you should be prosecuted, you should actually be killed.” “Obviously, I don’t agree with that,” Huckabee responded. “I don’t think anyone’s ever accused me of saying that. And I don’t know, did anyone say that from this stage today?” The reporter responded that while nobody had said such things from the stage yet that day, the organizer and other speakers had previously made such remarks.
“I can’t go with ‘there are some reports that,’” Huckabee responded. “Give me a specific, give me something to react to, that won’t work for me, because I don’t have any knowledge of that. All I know is what I said, I can’t be responsible for what anybody else said on that stage, and apparently nobody said that on that stage.”
If Huckabee had stuck around just a few minutes after his speech, he would have heard Swanson saying exactly that, bellowing to the audience that the biblically ordained punishment for homosexuality is death. If he had stuck around until the next day of the conference, he would have heard Swanson return to the theme, saying that he doesn’t want the government to impose the death penalty for homosexuality quite yet because he wants to give the culture time to change and gays time to repent before imposing his version of biblical law.
Selective hearing on Huckabee’s part of course which after all is a life long affliction of his.
Mississippi GOP legislator and Baptist minister Andy Gipson is playing the “victim card” after the backlash he is now recieving Gipson posted on his Facebook page anti-gay comments after President Obama came out in support of gay marriage.
Gipson posted on his Facebook page (which has convently been diabled now) that:
“Been a lot of press on Obama’s opinion on “homosexual marriage.” The only opinion that counts is God’s: see Romans 1:26-28 and Leviticus 20:13. Anyway you slice it, it is sin. Not to mention horrific social policy”
Of course Leviticus 20:13 is the infamous “kill gays” passage that many anti-gay extremist use:
If a man has sexual relations with a man as one does with a woman, both of them have done what is detestable. They are to be put to death; their blood will be on their own heads
Shortly after Gipson’s post a petition was posted on Change.org called “Resign Andy Gipson,” and asked him to meet with LGBT groups and apologize.
“Your recent posts on Facebook in opposition to Gay Marriage are derogatory, harmful, judgmental and outright threatening to the LGBT population. Quoting scripture in the Bible that condones murdering homosexuals is a blatant act of harm and prejudice.”
But Gipson refused to meet, apologize or back down stating that he “Will not apologize for the inspired truth of God’s word.” and now is “claiming” that he had received threats by phone and email, as well as a death threat against his family, which he reported to authorities.
“I have never publicly or privately called for the killing of any people,” Gipson said in the statement. “I believe all people are created in the image of God and I stand firmly for the sanctity of all human life. Any reasonable person who reads the actual post can see that both scriptures were cited only for the proposition the same-sex marriage is morally objectionable”
It should be noted that 60% of the Mississippi GOP still doesn’t support mixed-race marriage and that any “reasonable person” would never use a quote about gays being ” put to death”