DATE : May 5, 2022 AUTHOR : Voice for Justice Webmaster
The book, Noah can’t even, by gay activist author Simon James Green – with its blasphemous gay parody of the Lord’s Prayer, and sexually explicit behaviour involving LGBTQ characters – is a direct insult to Christian belief.
As specifically aimed at the teen market, it is clearly designed to normalise LGBTQ behaviours to young people and encourage experimentation. While society might find such representations amusing, such books have no place within a setting dedicated to educating the young in line with Christian teaching and belief. More seriously perhaps, such inappropriate sexualisation of young minds encourages them into acceptance of moral laxity and promiscuous behaviours, exposing young people to medical, emotional, and psychological harm…READ MORE
Listen to Lynda in conversation with Julie Vivienne of LCBN TV talk about the missing millions of lost unborn, and the devastating effects of abortion on humanity, as well as the Call to the nation to repent on Saturday, 26th March at the Emmanuel Centre, Westminster.READ MORE
The BBC has, after what they say was a competitive recruitment process, appointed a new Religion editor, Aleem Maqbool. Mr Maqbool, a Muslim and journalist of some note, previously acted as the BBC’s Pakistan Correspondent and Gaza/West Bank Correspondent. He is due to take up his new position this Spring. Maqbool succeeds Martin Bashir and, before that, Aaqil Ahmed. Two of these men are overtly Muslim, and one is of Muslim heritage. In Ahmed’s promotion of multicultural programming, there were numerous complaints of anti-Christian bias and calls for his removal…READ MORE