Many people are shaking their heads in disbelief as to how far corporate America is going to force an aberrant lifestyle on consumers across America and parading it as though it’s normal. Target, Kohl’s, the L.A. Dodgers, North Face, PetSmart, Disney+ and more are part of this movement, including churches inviting drag queens into their pulpits.
What’s really going on here? To answer that question, Crosstalk welcomed back Robert Knight. Robert is a former Los Angeles Times news editor and columnist for the Washington Times and contributes to other publications as well. Robert has held senior positions in a number of pro-family organizations. He’s written several books including The Coming Communist Wave: What Happens If the Left Captures All Three Branches of Government, Liberty on the Brink, and Crooked: What Really Happened in the 2020 Election and How to Stop the Fraud.
Robert has penned an article for the Washington Times called: LGBTQ’s False Religion Paints in Rainbow Colors of Sexual Anarchy and Criminalization of Dissent. While many might view the activity described by the title as depraved, deviant or immoral, Robert described it as false religion–an atheistic paganism.
He began his defense of this view by informing listeners about the formation of the LGBTQ+ rainbow flag. It was designed by a drag queen/gay activist in 1978 with the idea that rainbows stand for tolerance, diversity, love, etc. Robert described how it’s just the opposite because under the LGBTQ+ ethos, no one is a sinner. This means no one needs to repent of anything and to claim people do makes you a hater and a bigot. This leads some to the conclusion that Christianity needs to be replaced by the religion of LGBTQ+.
This is a dangerous lie because in telling people they don’t have to repent means they miss out on the redeeming love of Jesus.
What about those who feel you can have it all by identifying as gay and still be a Christian? Robert indicated that means you believe there are sins but not in the area of sexuality. That category of behavior is exempt so you feel you can do anything you want.
This making up of the rules is the essence of satanism. In fact, many satanists will tell you they don’t believe in Satan any more than they believe in God. They simply believe in the idea of doing whatever they want/making the rules and they use Satan as the symbol of their freedom to do just that.
This is the foundational basis of this program that also included listener input as they brought their thoughts to the discussion as well.
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