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Wednesday, May 1, 2013

Now Chris Broussard's in Gay Agenda Line of Fire—Who's Next?

It's happening again, and it’s a bad rerun. A Christian in the public eye is asked about his/her position on homosexuality. S/he responds with biblical accuracy. The media, then, recasts the Christian’s response from being an answer to an unprompted question into an aggressive in-your-face homophobic attack. Then they (and the left) intolerantly attack the Christian for having a biblical belief. Anybody remember what happened to Dan Cathy, owner of Chick-fil-a when the left took his answer to a question about homosexuality from an interview in the Baptist Press? The article begins by stating that some have opposed the company's support of the traditional family. Cathy replies, "Well, guilty as charged." When asked about the company's position here's his alleged hateful homophobic attack. "We are very much supportive of the family -- the biblical definition of the family unit. We are a family-owned business, a family-led business, and we are married to our first wives. We give God thanks for that.” Hmmm, did I miss something? It's okay to support gay marriage but hateful to support the definition of marriage embraced by most of world history.

Now it’s Chris Broussard's turn to sit in the left’s hot seat and experience the left’s intolerance of Christians.

I had a chance to briefly meet him at the Legacy Conference in Chicago. He’s a solid believer who really loves Jesus. Check out his clear truth-in-love speaking biblical response. And see whose response is judgmental. Warning - the radio host is very crass.

2 comments:

Tom Carrano said...

I heard it Bobby and he held his own very well. Somebody on the show got convicted..or as he put it, "fell asleep" More and more we are going to be attacked for standing for truth. May we not be surprised as something strange is happening. Peter spoke to the scattered church and speaks to us today. Pray up to stay up. May we be filled with His word when and if they bring us before the counsels of men, not worrying what we should say.

Press on!
In Him,
Tom Carrano

Pastor Bobby Scott said...

That's a good word Tom.