GLAAD says Christianity has “No Place in Modern America”

In saying that Kirk Cameron’s views on same sex “marriage” have “no place in modern America,” GLAAD is essentially saying that Christianity has no place in modern America.

Meanwhile, Cameron himself has stood by his comments, and accused his attackers–including _Growing Pains_ co-stars Alan Thicke and Tracey Gold–of hate speech for their attacks on Christianity and their claims that *his* comments (that he believes abortion and homosexual behavior are sinful and contrary to God’s plan) are hate-speech.

Piers Morgan ambushed Cameron in an interview that was supposed to stick to his new movie. Cameron stated his views–aka basic Christian teaching–in a very diplomatic way, and got blasted for it. His comments have been labelled “homophobic” and an “anti-gay diatribe,” yet they are anything but.

As typical with liberals and their nonsense about “hate speech,” what they’re really saying is that they hate any speech that expresses views they disagree with. They can say whatever hateful things they want about Christianity or about Christians, but for a Christian to say, “That behavior is sinful; stop doing it” is “hate speech.” Makes a lot of sense.

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3 responses to “GLAAD says Christianity has “No Place in Modern America”

  1. I consider myself a woman of the left in economic affairs (although I am a social conservative: I oppose abortion and believe that people with same-sex attraction are called to celibate chastity). However, I dislike it intensely when people with whom I would largely agree in fiscal matters proclaim that something is “hate speech” when it is not warranted. On the other hand, please remember that not all liberals are like Piers Morgan: he is a controversialist and not of an irenic temperament. And of course, some people who are political liberals or even further to the left (at least in fiscal matters) strive to be orthodox Catholics, yours truly included 🙂

  2. Of course, by GLAAD’s standards, heterosexuals have no place in modern America.

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