Now you have to defend yourself if you have anything to do with anyone, or any organization, that’s been labeled “anti-LGBTQ.”
New Orleans Saints quarterback Drew Brees came under fire for appearing in a video supporting “Bring Your Bible to School Day” (https://www.usatoday.com/story/sports/nfl/saints/2019/09/05/drew-brees-new-orleans-saints-focus-family-video-lgbtq/2226844001/). The video made no mention of anyone’s sexual behavior.
Aha! Yeahbut, yeahbut, yeahbut! The video was produced by Focus on the Family and everybody knows they’re anti-LGBTQ! USA Today knows. Good grief! Focus on the Family supports conversion therapy, which USA Today calls “a pseudoscientific practice that aims to change an LGBTQ person’s sexual orientation.”
Hey, USA Today: is “sexual reassignment” pseudoscience? Just askin’.
Anyhow, now Mr. Brees has to defend himself from the charge of being anti-gay… as if there were anything wrong with being opposed to Organized Sodomy’s comprehensive social and political agenda. But in all fairness, the subject never came up and Mr. Brees never addressed it. He is assigned guilt by association.
Homosexuality has become sacred, holy, to the dominant secular humanists who are devouring what’s left of Christian America. Criticize it at your peril.
As so many have before him, Mr. Brees took refuge in pleading a kind of tepid, watered-down, not-quite Christianity: “Being a Christian is… [drum roll, please]… accepting all.”
All? Like, adultery is now okay? And pedophilia? I mean, “all” means “all,” doesn’t it?
We are not obliged to “accept” or “confirm” or “celebrate” any behavior that God’s word brands as sin.
But that’s the only kind of Christianity they mean to allow us–if any at all.