We've all seen the bumper sticker that spells COEXIST by combining the symbols of major world religions in a convenient order. The bumper sticker seems reasonable; after all, isn't it just representing the world as it is—people of many religions all existing side by side in the same space? If that were all the bumper sticker meant, then I might consider putting one on my car; it's an obviously true fact about the world. However, the sticker means much more than that...
Posted in Education, Faith, Marriage/Family/Culture, next gen, Religious Liberty, Sexuality
Tagged All-American champion, female sports, God's image, intolerance, NCAA, protestors, Riley Gaines, San Francisco State University, transgender, Woke Intolerance
If you ever doubted that we wrestle against spiritual forces of evil who call good evil and evil good, then please watch these two videos of brief statements made on the floor of the Illinois House on Wednesday.
First, watch this video of one of Illinois’ finest lawmakers, the always gracious Tom Morrison (R-Palatine), who civilly expressed his views on “trans”-cultic assumptions, which are eradicating public recognition of sex differences, including in women’s private spaces and sports.
Posted in Illinois Politics, Sexuality
Tagged Elise Malary, Gender dysphoria, genetic sexual attraction, J.K. Rowling, Joe Biden, Kara Dansky, Kelly Cassidy, Lia Thomas, Minor Attraction, Naomi Wolf, NCAA, Newspeak, schizophrenia, Selwyn Duke, Tom Morrison, transgenderism, Women’s Liberation Front, Zoophilia
In the past three days, Twitter has suspended the accounts of the well-known satirical website Babylon Bee and of Division I swimmer Reka Gyorgy. What Gyorgy and Babylon Bee share in common is a willingness to criticize the alchemical superstitions of the “trans” cult.
Babylon Bee mocked USA Today for giving the Woman of the Year award to assistant secretary of health at the Department of Health and Human Services, Dr. Richard Leland Levine, alias “Rachel” Levine, who is a man. In response to USA Today’s insulting award, Babylon Bee tweeted that it had awarded Levine its Man of the Year award. Twitter suspended Babylon Bee’s account for alleged “hateful conduct,” a suspension that will be lifted only when Babylon Bee deletes the tweet.
And the left claims they hate censorship.
Posted in Sexuality
Tagged Babylon Bee, Department of Health and Human Services, JB Pritzker, Jon Stryker, Lia Thomas, Martine Rothblatt, Martyn Lloyd-Jones, NCAA, Rachel Levine, Reka Gyorgy, Richard Leland Levine, Robert P. George, Rosa Parks, Tim Gill, Twitter, USA Today, Will Thomas, Woman of the Year
The founding of higher education in America was almost entirely Christian, to the point that, even by 1881, “80 percent of the colleges in the United States were church related and private.” As one Christian author pointed out, “106 of the first 108 colleges were started on the Christian faith. By the close of 1860 there were 246 colleges in America. Seventeen of these were state institutions; almost every other one was founded by Christian denominations or by individuals who avowed a religious purpose.”
Yet an op-ed published in USA Today has called for the NCAA to ban …
The vast high-velocity moral revolution that is reshaping modern cultures at warp speed is leaving almost no aspect of the culture untouched and untransformed. The advocates of same-sex marriage and the more comprehensive goals of the LGBT movement assured the nation that nothing would be fundamentally changed if people of the same gender were allowed to marry one another. We knew that could not be true, and now the entire nation knows.
Posted in Religious Liberty
Tagged Barack Obama, Bill Clinton, Daniel O. Conkle, Dannel Mulloy, David Gushee, Douglas Laycock, Frank Bruni, Hillary Clinton, Mike Pence, NCAA, Religious Freedom, Religious Freedom Restoration Act, RFRA, Tim Cook