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In the guise of a 30 minute sitcom, last night “The New Normal” delivered a pulpit-pounding sermon taken straight from the LGBT doctrine of the gay agenda.
“The New Normal,” a new show on NBC, centers on two homosexual men who want to have a baby; a young woman, “Goldie,” the surrogate carrying a baby for them; Goldie’s 9 year-old daughter; and Goldie’s conservative, Christian, bigoted, racist, grandmother.
The premise of the show is to demonstrate how loving and enlightened the gay couple is and how mean-spirited, intolerant, and hate-filled are those who oppose the legitimization of homosexuality and the gay agenda.
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The show seems to relish portraying Nana, the homophobic conservative Christian grandmother not only as a bigot, but also as a hypocrite to her own beliefs. In the first episode she made reference to wishing she had aborted her own daughter –“I thought your mother was a fibroid tumor, and by the time I figured it out, she had a face, and I was screwed.”
In this episode she catches her 9 year old great-granddaughter kissing a 4th grade boy and takes both children to Planned Parenthood to get condoms for the boy and birth control pills for the 9 year old girl.
However, depicting conservatives as intolerant hypocrites is only the first point in NBC’s sermon. Point #2 gives the message that those who hold a view of homosexuality as an immoral lifestyle are therefore bigots who hate homosexuals.
Interspersed with the lovey-dovey scenes of gay men kissing and referring to each other as “honey,” viewers are taught that those who object to such displays are hate-mongers.
When Bryan and David, the gay couple, are kissing in a clothing store, they are confronted by another male shopper, who is with his wife and young daughter.
The shopper tells the kissing homosexual couple:
“Would you mind not doing that in front of my daughter – kissing another man.   … This is a family store and I shouldn’t have to go home and explain that to my kid.” … “Look, I don’t care what kind of crap you do in the privacy of your own home, but don’t bring it in here.”
Bryan: “Explain what, sir? Love?”   … Thanks for your intolerance and your bigotry and for fostering this ignorance in another generation.”
Shopper: “I’m trying to protect my family, here.”
Bryan: Well, we’re having a family, too.”
Shopper: “Well, that’s disgusting. I feel sorry for that poor kid.”
This scene is played out portraying the traditional family as mean-spirited and intolerant, while the gay couple is shown as the victims of bigotry and hate. As Bryan’s eyes fill with tears, he sobbingly exclaims: “How are we going to protect our child from hate?”
Later Goldie, their sweetly-portrayed surrogate, comes to their defense, stating: “If only these ignorant people with all this hate in their hearts could see you like I do.”
Our faith teaches that certain lifestyles, practices, and behavior are morally wrong – i.e. immoral – which infuriates those in the entertainment industry who want their lifestyle validated. Hollywood cannot tolerate traditional, Christian values which truthfully labels such lifestyles as sinful, and so in the most blatant example of bigotry, shows such as “The New Normal” portrays Christians and conservatives as the intolerant ones because we won’t put a stamp of approval upon behavior that God calls “debased.”
The entertainment industry is a mighty force in shaping the views of millions of Americans, but “might” doesn’t make right. And while they will continue to try to tell us that immorality is “the new normal” we will continue to stand for the changeless Truth of God’s Word which will stand for all time.
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On April 20th, in thousands of schools across America, your hard-earned tax dollars will help underwrite the homosexual indoctrination of your kids. Yes, April 20th will mark the annual Day of Silence, described on its website as “a student-led national event that brings attention to anti-LGBT name-calling, bullying and harassment in schools.” As for those who do not support a special school day devoted to gay indoctrination, they are the ones who can expect to be silenced.

Originally the brainchild of some college students in 1996, the Day of Silence has been aggressively promoted for the last 12 years by GLSEN, the Gay, Lesbian & Straight Education Network. (Based on its activities, GLSEN would better be described as the Gay & Lesbian Sexual Education Network.) GLSEN calls on students to remain silent during non-instructional school times on the Day of Silence, thereby standing in solidarity with LGBT youth who are silenced through bullying and harassment.

But don’t some schools already have generic, anti-bullying programs in place along with special, daylong events to highlight the destructive effects of bullying, a subject that should concern all of us? Of course they do, but that’s not enough. GLSEN insists that a special focus must be put on LGBT kids, as if bullying a gay kid was worse than bullying a fat kid.

But there’s more that takes place on the Day of Silence: A pro-homosexuality message is often sent to the students, with teachers and administrators frequently promoting homosexuality, bisexuality, and transgenderism over the course of the day. That’s why thousands of schools (and not just students) officially participate in the event, with the explicit backing of GLSEN. What about other messages being introduced during the day to balance the discussion? Perish the thought.

Just ask PFOX (Parents and Friends of ExGays and Gays), which announced its intention to hand out literature on the Day of Silence. According to PFOX president Greg Quinlan, “PFOX is calling on students to distribute flyers promoting acceptance of ex-gays.  Former homosexuals and their supporters are ridiculed and forced to live in silence.  Our nation’s schools deny students with unwanted same-sex attractions any support or fact-based information that feelings can and do change.”

How was this announcement welcomed? According to one gay journalist, “the fact that they are attempting to sneak in their harmful message on the Day of Silence, a day which is supposed to show support for those who are forced into silence by outside pressures, shows just how deceptive their message truly is.”

How dare they introduce their message on the Day of Silence! As expressed in 2004 by gay activist Kevin Jennings, founder of GLSEN and most recently President Obama’s Safe School Czar, “Ex-gay messages have no place in our nation’s public schools. A line has been drawn. There is no ‘other side’ when you’re talking about lesbian, gay and bisexual students.” Ah yes, the voice of tolerance speaks once again.

What about the Day of Dialogue, sponsored by the evangelical Christian organization Focus on the Family, and scheduled this year for April 19th, the day before the Day of Silence? This event encourages “student-initiated conversations about the fact that God cares about our lives, our relationships and our sexuality. . . . [Jesus’] example calls us to stand up for those being harmed or bullied while offering the light of what God’s word says.”

Surely this event will be welcomed, right? Not a chance. As expressed by a professing Christian woman with a self-described “hair-trigger sensitivity for the protection of LGBT youth,” the Day of Dialogue has something “very rotten” at its core. She writes (on LGBTQNATION.com), “Allowing Focus on the Family to export their historical and counter-productive sacred discrimination of the LGBT community to Christian youth is a mistake.” To repeat the words of Kevin Jennings, “There is no ‘other side’ when you’re talking about lesbian, gay and bisexual students.”

Last week an elementary school teacher from Florida called into my radio program, identifying himself as a black male but not wanting to give any specifics about the grade he taught at school. He was concerned that his job could be in jeopardy if he dared speak out against the Day of Silence. (Other elementary school teachers have told me privately that they dare not speak out against the overt homosexual activism they see on a regular basis in their schools – remember, we’re talking about elementary schools – for fear of losing their jobs.)

Although the Day of Silence had not yet been introduced to this gentleman’s school in Florida, the faculty members were discussing strategies for its future implementation, with explicit instructions to present this as a civil rights issue. (Needless to say, this black American also did not approve of equating gay activism with the civil rights movement.) And what should the teacher do if a student raised a religious or moral objection to homosexuality? The conversation, he was told, should immediately be turned back to gay civil rights, and no religious or moral objections should be entertained.

Yes, the Day of Silence has become the Day of Silencing – unless parents and educators and students determine to let their voices be heard. Now would be a good time to start.

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Michael Brown

Michael Brown

Michael Brown holds a Ph.D. in Near Eastern Languages and Literatures from New York University and has served as a professor at a number of seminaries. He hosts the nationally syndicated, daily talk radio show, the Line of Fire, and his latest book is The Real Kosher Jesus.