How LGBT Activism Works, Illustrated in Front Of Our Eyes

By Michael Brown Published on June 7, 2018

It starts with one outraged person. Then, the outrage gets reported. Next, it becomes a story. Then it becomes a cause. It’s happening today, right in front of our eyes.

Earlier this week I reported how YouTube had come under attack from various LGBT websites and YT channels and social media accounts. The internet giant had committed the cardinal sin of playing conservative Christian ads on LGBT channels. How dare they!

To add insult to injury, YouTube had previously demonetized many of these LGBT videos, just as YouTube demonetized hundreds of my videos. They were deemed not appropriate for all advertisers. Now, YouTube had the gall to advertise a video like “Can You Be Gay and Christian?” on these very same channels. This was too much to bear.

The Twitter world was set ablaze, and a number of YouTubers expressed their disappointment and anger. (See my previous article for details.)

In reality, though, this was not really a very big story.

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This very week, I received word that an ad encouraging gay men to get HIV testing appeared before one of my videos. These things happen, and I doubt YouTube can be 100 percent sure that an offending ad will never pop-up.

But it’s not the end of the world. No one was raped or molested or tortured or robbed or killed.

And I seriously doubt that the conservative Christian ads were appearing day and night on these LGBT channels. In fact, for the most part, I keep seeing reference to the same one or two ads appearing on the same one or two LGBT channels. What’s the big deal?

But now, this is a story. A big story. A cause for moral outrage. A cause calling for justice. Talk about making a mountain out of a molehill.

Outrage Overkill

Already this week, the story has been covered by Forbes, Business Insider, the Advocate, and the Independent (UK), along with a host of other sites, including LGBTQ Nation, Pink News, and the Verge. (There are too many to link here.) It’s even made it to the Spanish language Posta site. (Perhaps other languages too?)

YouTubers with large followers have weighed in as well, including Phillip DeFranco, with 6.1 million subscribers (his video had more than 1.2 million views in less than two days; and, again, I could cite many more YouTube examples).

Almost every story included clips (or still shots) from our “Can You Be Gay and Christian?” video. And for the most part, interviewers have focused on FTM transgender Chase Ross, one of the most offended parties involved and one of the first to speak out on YouTube.

As a result, our video has been swarmed by angry members of the LGBT community, with one woman rallying others to take over our video feed. (She posted, “Where are all my gay motherf—kers at? We taking over this b—ch.”)

Prager U remains in a legal battle with Google and YouTube over the truly outrageous treatment it received. In contrast, what happened with our ads running on a few LGBT channels is hardly a story at all, let alone a cause around which people should rally.

The negative exposure has been such that we went from a 10-1 positive response (roughly 670 to 70, which would be a typical ratio for videos watched by our subscribers) to barely 2-1 positive (at present, 2,098 to 929).

Of the nearly 1,100 comments (it would be much higher if we didn’t have to delete lots of posts for incredibly vulgar and offensive language), many are quite ugly. They include choice comments like, “die you old bast—d”. And, “oh and some people can’t help being gay it’s just like what paedophiles like you can’t help you dumb a– doctor can’t do jack sh-t no one will miss you when i kill you.” And, “you look like pedophile colonel sanders.” And, “Breeders are f—ing disgusting.” And, “I seriously hope that every single one of you twisted, evil monsters that liked this video are hit by a bus. This isn’t exaggeration. I want the plague you’re spreading wiped off the face of the planet.” (Remember: There are others too vile to print, even while omitting some of the profanity.)

And every day, the outrage grows greater. How dare YouTube do such a monstrous thing!

And the more it is reported, the more the story grows, until it has become a cause for social justice. Just look at how unfairly LGBT’s are being treated!

It’s On

Again, as I stated earlier in the week (and as the Advocate fairly quoted me), we never intended for our video to be advertised on LGBT channels, and my preference is that it not be advertised there. I had no desire to go into someone’s own “territory” and present to them something they didn’t want to see. Nor did I ask for a veritable flood of profane comments and negative responses. (On the flip side, we produced the video to be viewed, so we’re thrilled with the day and night publicity, even if it’s negative. Let the message get out!)

Yet all the while, Prager U remains in a legal battle with Google and YouTube over the unfair treatment it received, treatment which really was outrageous. In contrast, what happened with our ads running on a few LGBT channels is hardly a story at all, let alone a cause around which people should rally. But rallying they are, and so the story now takes on a life of its own. We’re watching it unfold in front of our eyes.

But let me not end here by merely observing what is happening. Instead, may I ask for five seconds of your time? I’m simply asking you to click on the link to my video, and give it a thumbs up. (If you haven’t watched it yet, it’s only 6 minutes long, so watch and then respond. You can even leave a comment!)

One viewer said, “It’s a gospel version of a Prager U video.” Sweet!

Your five second investment of time will help us push back against the tide of angry LGBT activists and their allies. If the battle is on, then let it be on. And may truth triumph in the end.

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  • Bojaws Dubois

    Biff is totally obsessed with LGBT

    • Tim Pan

      The LGBT movement is an intellectual and spiritual cancer. Which is fast becoming one of the greatest threats to our society.

      • John Connor

        How ridiculous! I guess we live in two different societies. I live in rural Texas, and amazingly, neither me, nor my marriage, nor my children have been affected their movement. Funny that… But then again, I’m not one of those trying to deny them the rights that I have, weird huh?

        • Tim Pan

          I lived in a liberal university community for over a decade. I understand the “plan” If this was only about abnormal adults acting out their sexual illnesses I would not be overly concerned. but that is not what is going on . The homosexual left is not content to practice their life style unhindered . They now are proselytizing their mental illness into the hearts and minds of our children through the curriculum and the entertainment industry . You obviously think that’s fine but most sane people do not.

          • John Connor

            You have no idea about what you’re saying. It’s not mental illness except in opinions such as yours. That’s nothing more than a lie.
            Gays have been a part of society since the beginning of recorded time. They’re it going away. Our children should know that gay people are out there and that they are normal human beings.

          • Tim Pan

            It is a form of mental illness. An illness that should never be transposed onto the soul of a young child.

          • Andrew Mason

            Actually there’s no evidence that homosexuality has been part of society since the beginning. And given it’s a deviant lifestyle choice it actually makes far more sense that it occurred some time after the beginning. As Western society continues to promote the LGBT lifestyle more and more young people will choose to pursue it, to their detriment.

          • Tim Pan

            We are in the midst of a crisis.

          • John Connor

            The sky is falling. The sky is falling. The evil gays can marry. Oh no! smh/

          • John Connor

            You need to read more. Deviant lifestyle is only your uneducated opinion. And no, it’s not a choice unless you’re privy to info no one else has….

          • Christine Wright

            Deviant means departing from the usual or accepted standards.. homosexuality compared to heterosexuality is clearly deviant across the entire human race.. and has been for the history of the human race.

            Lets not get ignorant about the English language.

          • Andrew Mason

            You might be surprised by how much I read. Deviant lifestyle choice is a fairly widely held view, though the exact phrasing will of course vary. And yes it’s absolutely a choice, you just refuse to accept that homosexuals aren’t animals driven by biological impulses.

          • Chip Crawford

            He’s privy to the truth and how things actually work in reality. You can resist and redirect and see into the temptation source and have authority over it. Spiritual truth shows how the system actually works and empowers one who receives Jesus as lord and exercises authority in him to operate over the negative pulls. God’s truth trumps “facts” and shines a light on the dark places. It also runs the devil off the turf if one will take it up. Jesus made a way to be free and he is the way. It is the devil ad his forces which deceives and drives into darkness and bondage. Jesus has and supplies the power over these things. Entrenched cases need to saturate in truth and redirect their focus by feeding on life and truth from God. Don’t be too proud to receive what explains and what delivers.

          • Patmos

            “they are normal human beings”

            They are sexually perverted human beings.

          • John Connor

            yawn……

          • Jones Howell

            You can never defend the indefensible.

          • John Connor

            A normal variant of human sexuality is easily defended. No gods needed.

        • ARB

          And here in liberal academia, we had an LGBT activist show up at a speech by a historian invited by my local Bible study on the influences of Christian theology and worldview on the structure of the Constitution, and this activist publicly misrepresented a speech about the constitution, which had literally nothing to do with LGBT anything, which did not even MENTION LGBT, as having been an anti-LGBT rant arguing that transgenders should leap from rooftops to their deaths. Nothing could have been further from the truth. (It was actually extremely dry and largely devoted to selling homeschooling supplies.)

          This lie was published in the school paper, the news, as well as the local hipster-press, and lead to a massive cross-campus censorship drive as well as a war to get my Bible study removed from campus on grounds of hate speech, as well as directing (thankfully unrealized) threats of violence against the Bible study group–and it was all premised on a complete and total fabrication and an invented speech.

          So, no, the LGBT community and their supporters do get pretty crazy at times, even if you’re a conservative Christian nerd who just wants to sit down and listen to a historian ramble about John Locke’s influence on the constitution.

        • Patmos

          “amazingly, neither me, nor my marriage, nor my children have been affected their movement”

          Wow, your insights into societies and civilizations are just astounding. What are you doing wasting your time here? You should be giving lectures.

          • John Connor

            And your “ the sky is falling because of gays” routine is beyond adolescent

    • Patmos

      Speaking about it with respect and recognizing the issues behind it is hardly being “totally obsessed”. But when someone as selfish as you is afraid to face the truth, they generally miss in their assessments.

      • Bojaws Dubois

        Good point. But writing about it over and over and over again during the course of years might seem to suggest an obsession

        • Patmos

          Yeah you’re right, I guess we should just let the lies of LGBT persist. They were born that way, etc.

          • Bojaws Dubois

            You realize of course that obsession doesn’t stop the lies of the LGBT. Or you didn’t realize that? You’re serious? Sad

          • John Connor

            You can prove that they aren’t born that way? You must be up for the Nobel prize in science!

          • GLT

            “You can prove that they aren’t born that way?”

            There are many who claim homosexuality is innate, yet we have seen absolutely no proof this is the case. All we have is the assertion it is a fact. Have you any genetic evidence or proof to present or are you simply going to assert it as fact as well?

    • Analytical Guy

      The way hοmοseхυаls obsess over Christians.

      No, actually, they are much more obsessed than Christians.

  • Patmos

    It’s interesting that when you read about Sodom and Gomorrah and how sexual perversion was not the only foul spirit plaguing those people, because we are seeing the same thing play out in these modern times: That not only is there sexual perversion among these people, but selfishness, pride, vulgarity, etc.

    • John Connor

      Fairy tales…smh…

      • Tim Pan

        Why don’t you find a job you can be proud of?

        • John Connor

          I have a fantastic career for the past 21 years taking care of critically ill kids in the PICU. Yourself?

          • Tim Pan

            You are full of sh*t . You spend all day trolling conservative sites.

          • John Connor

            Nope. Work at one of the largest pediatric hospitals in the world. You have no idea mr wizard

          • Tim Pan

            I do not believe a word you type.

          • John Connor

            I don’t care what you believe.

      • Patmos

        They found the ruins of Sodom and Gomorrah: Cities of ash with lumps of sulfur throughout.

        Denial…smh…

        • John Connor

          They believe. No way to prove it. Most probably remnants from a volcanic eruption.

    • Andrew Mason

      Romans 1 :-

  • JP

    Christians need to first read up on homosexual issues such as some of the books and articles by Dr Brown. Be sure you know the history, medical consequences of homosexual sex and what the Scriptures say. Then engage the lgbt crowd and its propaganda lies. Its not that difficult to refute them.

    • Andrew Mason

      Most Christians won’t want extensive knowledge about homosexuality though.

    • Outrider2

      Could give a small list of recommended articles? I would certainly like to learn more about how destructive the homosexual lifestyle truly is.

      • JP

        Ok. Start with the CDC:
        In 2015:
        • Gay and bisexual men accounted for 82% (26,376) of new HIV diagnoses among all males aged 13 and older and 67% of the total new diagnoses in the United States.f
        • Gay and bisexual men aged 13 to 24 accounted for 92% of new HIV diagnoses among all men in their age group and 27% of new diagnoses among all gay and bisexual men.
        • Gay and bisexual men accounted for 55% (10,047) of people who received an AIDS diagnosis. Of those men, 39% were African American, 31% were white, and 24% were Hispanic/Latino.

        • John Connor

          Wow, I bet nobody knows this. What does this have to do with anything? Are you having sex with gay men? How does this affect their ability to marry? People are living full lives with HIV due to new therapies.

          • Andrew Mason

            The prevalence of disease amongst practicing homosexuals just shows that it’s not a healthy lifestyle. The fact that expensive medications help defer death doesn’t mean the lifestyle should be embraced.

          • JP

            As its been said, to have a marriage you must have a husband and a wife. Only a man can be a husband and a woman a wife. Without each of them in relationship to each other, you don’t have a marriage.
            A man cannot be a wife nor a woman a husband. Its logically impossible.

  • Up_Words

    What then? Only that in every way, whether in pretense or in truth, Christ is preached; and in this I rejoice, yes, and will rejoice.
    Philippians 1:18

  • James Blazsik

    It’s important to have teaching authority. That’s why 2,000 years of Catholic social teaching is so important. The Church is the pillar and foundation of the truth. (1 Tim 3:15). The Evangelical world comes to sinking sand because of Scripture alone. Everybody does what seems right in their own eyes.

    • Andy6M

      Sure, because the Catholic idea that church tradition is an equal authority to the Scriptures hasn’t caused any trouble at all. God’s Word before man’s word every time as far as I’m concerned.

      • James Blazsik

        No matter what teaching authority you adhere to – you adhere to it as to Scripture. Look at the doctrinal statement from your church. You have to believe it to become a member. That doctrinal statement is the teaching of man. You believe in sola scriptura – just because Martin Luther said it. In other words, there isn’t any such thing as sola scriptura. There is always someone telling you what it means.

        • Andrew Mason

          Except we’ve had this argument before. Sola scriptura isn’t believed because of what ‘some German chap’ said, but because that is what Scripture teaches. As for the doctrinal statement of a church, not all make theirs available online. I’m just skimming that of one local church and it’s basically various positions and with verse references that provide the basis for that position. Of particular relevance to you might be that local churches are to be autonomous – free from any external authority or control, self-governing, and free of the interference of any hierarchy, individuals, or organizations (Titus 1:5), that the establishment and continuity of local churches is clearly taught and defined by Scripture (Acts 14:23, 27; 20:17, 28; Galatians 1:2 etc), that members of the spiritual body are directed to meet together in local assemblies (Hebrews 10:25) and that this church, the Body of Christ, was established on the Day of Pentecost (Acts 2:1-21, 38-47). It also espouses a pre-trib pre-millennial view but accepts that is speculative and not something to be dogmatic about. These positions are based on Scripture, not merely the teaching of a man.

          • James Blazsik

            You do believe in sola scriptura because of a german monk. He is the founder of protestantism. That is the only way to justify private interpretation. But – in the end there is no such thing as only the Bible. Everybody follows a teaching tradition.
            All the essentials of the faith are Catholic. The reformers simply took the Catholic Faith and kept, modified, or removed what they wanted. You have the Bible because of the Catholic Church.
            What are the teachings you think that are not Scriptural?

          • Andrew Mason

            I think this must be your Catholicism talking – you simply cannot conceive of independent thought, or autonomy. While Martin Luther played an important role in the Reformation all he fundamentally did was point out the conflict between what Catholicism was claiming, and what the Bible actually teaches e.g. the sale of indulgences. And as Scripture was made available in common languages, people other than Catholic priests were able to study the Bible and see for themselves what it actually says rather than what the Catholic Church taught.

            What do you define as the essentials? Without knowing how you’re defining that term I couldn’t possibly say whether you’re correct, or just as offbase as the Mormons, JWs etc.

            Actually we have the Bible in spite of the Catholic Church. Remember they opposed anyone other than Catholic priests having access to the text and killed a number of individuals who sought to offer Scripture in languages other than Latin. Modern translations are also not based on the documents used to create the original Latin version. Ancient versions e.g. Wycliffe’s Bible merely sought to translate the Catholic text into the common tongue however the copious number of surviving GreekHebrew documents we have today weren’t in circulation them.

            Teaching not found in Scripture? Without delving deeply into what Catholicism actually teaches, how about priestly celibacy, the role and nature of the Virgin Mary, the saints, the nature of confession, transubstantiation, the papacy, or the banning of Bibles for non-priests (obviously now repealed)? That’s far from exhaustive of course but enough to get you started. All of that comprises manmade teaching directly at odds with what Scripture states.

          • James Blazsik

            You don’t know history. The Catholic Church gave you the Bible. Your uneducated denial doesn’t change that fact The problem is that you get your stuff from anti-Catholic sources that spout a complete ignorance of history.
            The essentials – the Trinity, the deity of Christ, Christ’s sacrifice on the Cross, the Resurrection of Christ etc,, the Bible and the canon of the Bible. It’s all Catholic.
            That’s a long list but I’ll start – Transubstantiation. Jesus said that if you don’t eat His flesh and drink
            His blood you have no life in you(.John 6:53-56). Jesus said that the bread is His Body and the wine is His is blood,(Matthew 26;26-29). That’s as simple as it gets.

          • Andrew Mason

            As with my previous post we’ll have to agree to disagree. The Catholic Church did not give us the Bible, in fact it tried to prevent people having access to Scripture. And while you contend I’m uneducated, the problem is in fact my education – my reading on history and Christianity is what inspires me to state what I state. As for getting my information from anti-Catholic sources, not really. Oh it’s true I’m not reading literature published by and approved by the Pope, the Inquisition, or some other such individual or office, but that’s not the same thing as anti-Catholic. Of course if Roman Catholicism is as heretical as Mormonism or JWism, then of course any Christian teaching will indirectly appear anti-Catholic.

            Yes I’ll agree that God being triune, the deity of Christ, His sacrifice on the cross, and His resurrection are all fundamental Christian beliefs. What you mean by the Bible and the canon of the Bible is a tad unclear, especially since the Catholic Bible differs to the standard Christian Bible.

            I consider the likes of Matthew 26:26-29 more helpful than the John passage. Christ’s body and blood are metaphorical not physical, a reminder of His sacrifice and resurrection for our sins. In rereading John 6:41-59 however I am reminded that there is a lot of metaphor in the passage. Verse 51a, paraphrased, says that Jesus is the bread of life, that whosoever eats Him will live forever. Living forever means immortality – life in the flesh, however Christ means eternal life in a spiritual sense not a physical sense. It stands to reason that the bread of life is similarly metaphorical rather than a literal statement about His flesh. Verse 51b states And the bread that I will give for the life of the world is my flesh.” I would suggest that this is a critical passage. We are the world, and it is Christ’s substitutionary atonement that is the price paid to save it. Bread is a metaphor for His flesh, which suffered so in paying the price.

    • Andrew Mason

      What do you think Scripture is for? And no Catholicism’s history isn’t particularly relevant, nor is it the pillar and foundation of truth. In fact Catholicism is veering ever further away from The Truth. You are quite correct that everybody does what seems right in their own eyes, but Scripture is supposed to correct that. Sadly all too many impose their own interpretation on Scripture rather than accepting it as written.

      • James Blazsik

        That’s the point. Everybody interprets Scripture – even you. That’s why there is One, Holy, Apostolic Church. There is only one Church that is founded by Jesus Christ – the Catholic Church. I used to be an evangelical for over 20 years. Then I found out the Catholic Church is the most faithful to Scripture.
        What teaching tradition are you from?

        • Andrew Mason

          When I said too many impose their own interpretation on Scripture I was specifically thinking of folk who deny what Scripture says and instead impose their interpretation e.g. homosexuality is an abomination is really a cultural viewpoint not what God intended and various other such creative efforts. And no again Jesus did not found the Catholic Church, it is not the Holy Apostolic Church. The True church of Christ includes Baptists, Brethren, Pentecostals, Presbyterians, and all followers of Christ. It is not denomination exclusive. My limited experience with Catholicism, along with comments by Christians whose views I greatly respect, leads me to the view that it is bordering on cult status – a deviant sect ignoring Scripture in favour of its own teachings.

          I’ve attended Baptist, Brethren and Presbyterian churches. What I attend depends what Christian churches are available in the area. I’ve also friends and acquaintances from a range of denominations, and have discussed various points of theology at different times. Whilst I’ve disagreed with the positions of some e.g. the nature of tongues, I haven’t questioned their basic Christianity. By contrast the Catholics I’ve known haven’t been Christian.

          • James Blazsik

            You don’t know what you are talking about. The Catholic Church was founded by Jesus Christ from the very beginning. All the groups you mentioned were created by men over at least 1.000 years after the beginning, the pentecostals began at the open of the 1900’s.
            I went to a pentecostal coiiege. I attended united methodist, presbyterian, pentecostal, and non-denominational churches for over 20 years. They had some of the truth, but not all.
            You need to study church history without a protestant bias. Protestants have a way of sanitizing history to cover it’s blemishes.

          • Andrew Mason

            We’ve done this dance before. The Catholic Church wasn’t founded by Christ but rather one of several groupingsdenominationsheretical sects that arose over time. The groups I mentioned, with the possible exception of Baptists developed at various points in the history of Christianity, however the date a new denomination forms, or is recognised, is irrelevant so long as it is part of the church, faithful to Christ. As for Baptists, I’m noting them as a possible exception because of the view by some that they’re part of a lineage that can be traced back to John the Baptist. True false, it really doesn’t matter so long as they’re true to God. You seem to have bounced your way through a lot of denominations before ending up Catholic. I don’t know what preaching your hear but those churches I’ve attended rarely spoke of church history – the focus is on Scripture. While church history may be academically interesting, it’s not usually all that important when compared to Biblical history. And if you think Protestant – by which I’m assuming you mean anyone not Catholic, or possibly not Catholic or Orthodox, have a way of sanitizing history to cover blemishes, I’m curious how you defend Catholic history?

          • James Blazsik

            Again, you don’t know Church history. The Catholic Church was founded by Christ. Your view of history is uneducated. This is common knowledge.
            You are baptist. Your take on baptist history is completely ignorant of history. They go back to the middle ages in the anabaptist movement. This thing with John the Baptist is silly. The baptist faith is a version of gnosticism.
            I can discuss anything with Catholic history minus any protestant legends.

          • Andrew Mason

            Which church history? Do you mean the history of Christ’s Church, or the history of the Roman Catholic Church? The two are quite different concepts. You contend that Christ founded Roman Catholicism and that my view of history is uneducated, I contend that men founded Roman Catholicism and that your view of history has been distorted by Catholic indoctrination. Think we’ll have to agree to disagree, though this debate does provide encouragement to pick up a book on Catholic heresies recommended by an apologistethicisttheologian whose site I follow.

            Curious. You’re the second person in a while to accuse me of being Baptist. Why that assumption? What I have stated regarding Baptist history is purely factual – try doing your own research. I have not contended that the Baptist history I noted is the only interpretation, merely that it is one interpretation, and one that directly counters your claim of Roman supremacy. As for Baptists being a form of Gnosticism, I really don’t comprehend that. What secret knowledge do you think Baptists preachrequire for salvation? And do you hold that other denominations I’ve mentioned e.g. Brethren, Pentecostals, or Presbyterians, likewise are Gnostic and hold that magical knowledge is required for salvation? I’m really curious about this!

            Actually you come across more as being unable to discuss anything without recourse to Catholic legends,

  • CypherOz

    I posted this on the video…

    As someone who actively ministers to gay people I make the following short comments…

    God created us will with sexual desires, we need to deal with that regardless of who we are attracted to.

    I’m attracted to women, and if a pretty girl walks into the room I will notice. Nothing wrong with that, it is how God made me. It only becomes an issue if I take things further in my mind and/or actions; then it becomes lust or more.

    The Bible doesn’t discuss gay feelings, but it does discuss gay sex. There are only a handful of passages which mention same-gender sexual relationships, and all of them are negative.

    Lets back off and look at human sexuality as God intended and created us for. The ideal is a marriage of a man and a woman committed for life with a satisfying relationship including sexual intimacy. The path to marriage is Godly courtship and betrothal. Anything less than this is likely to be sin.

    So being same sex attracted or not is not the real issue. The real issue is aligning your fleshly desires with God’s truth. This is regardless of who you feel you are attracted to.

    If we truly understand sin we see that our self-life / self-will / selfishness is the core issue. Ref: Isa 53:6 All we like sheep have gone astray; We have turned, every one, to his own way; And the LORD has laid on Him the iniquity of us all.

    We cannot argue away from the truth of the word or that fact the God is the absolute moral ruler of the universe. Simply, regardless of who we feel attracted to it is how we think and act that matters, and if we sin we need to repent.

    In the end gay’s are no different to any other of us sinners. Don’t make it a special case, we all need to turn from our sin and repent.

    Romans 1:26 Because of this, God gave them over to shameful lusts. Even their women exchanged natural sexual relations for unnatural ones. 27 In the same way the men also abandoned natural relations with women and were inflamed with lust for one another. Men committed shameful acts with other men, and received in themselves the due penalty for their error. 28 Furthermore, just as they did not think it worthwhile to retain the knowledge of God, so God gave them over to a depraved mind, so that they do what ought not to be done.

    Jude 1:5 Though you already know all this, I want to remind you that the Lord at one time delivered his people out of Egypt, but later destroyed those who did not believe. 6 And the angels who did not keep their positions of authority but abandoned their proper dwelling—these he has kept in darkness, bound with everlasting chains for judgment on the great Day. 7 In a similar way, Sodom and Gomorrah and the surrounding towns gave themselves up to sexual immorality and perversion. They serve as an example of those who suffer the punishment of eternal fire. 8 In the very same way, on the strength of their dreams these ungodly people pollute their own bodies, reject authority and heap abuse on celestial beings.

    1 Tim 1:8 We know that the law is good if one uses it properly. 9 We also know that the law is made not for the righteous but for lawbreakers and rebels, the ungodly and sinful, the unholy and irreligious, for those who kill their fathers or mothers, for murderers, 10 for the sexually immoral, for those practising homosexuality, for slave traders and liars and perjurers—and for whatever else is contrary to the sound doctrine 11 that conforms to the gospel concerning the glory of the blessed God, which he entrusted to me.

    Mark 10:6 “But at the beginning of creation God ‘made them male and female.’ 7 ‘For this reason a man will leave his father and mother and be united to his wife, 8 and the two will become one flesh.’So they are no longer two, but one flesh. 9 Therefore what God has joined together, let no one separate.”

    1 Corinthians 6:6 “But at the beginning of creation God ‘made them male and female.’ 7 ‘For this reason a man will leave his father and mother and be united to his wife, 8 and the two will become one flesh.’So they are no longer two, but one flesh. 9 Therefore what God has joined together, let no one separate.”

  • Stacy F van Oene

    2 thumbs up for this video. It gives truth not condemnation. From a mother who is Christian and has raised a wonderful daughter to adulthood and that same daughter has decided to be a lesbian and so far is engaged to be married. But she is my daughter and I love her, just like Jesus loves her, this might be the only way that the spirit of Jesus could get through to her and I know I am not alone in feeling this way. The lie the devil tells our children is they were born that way. I have repeatedly shone and told my wonderful baby girl God did not make her this way I birthed her and because I was a high risk pregnancy I saw lots of ultrasounds while God was forming her in my womb. She is so sweet and terrible thongs happened to her that I wish today I could go back and be a better parent in protecting her. They were not her choice and she did not ask for them to happen to her. But the root of unforgiveness moved in the devil made her believe a lie about herself. So now she believes she is a lesbian and not a loved and adored child of God. So if this is an avenue for Jesus to get through to her then so be it.
    Thank you Dr Brown

  • Stu Nahan

    “In a few short years, same-sex marriage went from being an untouchable political hot potato to a broadly accepted civil right in eighteen states and the District of Columbia. Jews, and their social justice organizations, helped make that happen.”

    – Amy Dean, Jewish writer at Tikkun & political activist

    https://www.tikkun(dot)org/nextgen/how-jews-brought-america-to-the-tipping-point-on-marriage-equality-lessons-for-the-next-social-justice-issues

  • Linda A Italiano

    God is the same today and forever. Just because man keeps slipping down into sin, we don’t have to sanction it! God Bless you Dr. Brown! I call on the Church to wake up!

  • Thisoldspouse

    I happened upon a video of Barronelle Stutzman preceding a YouTube video and almost skipped through it until I realized what it was. A very, very pleasant surprise considering that it’s almost a solid wall of homosexual propaganda. I couldn’t believe my eyes. The video was simple, effective, and heartwarming as Barronelle related the event as it happened. I didn’t even know that Rob hadn’t (originally) gone to the state commission to complain; the commission took it upon themselves to come down on her flower business once they saw the story on social media.

    So, now it doesn’t even take a complaint for the Gaystapo to act?

  • Olaf

    Did you notify the FBI about the death threats?

  • Stephen Carr

    Very nice presentation. Just like anything else if you do not like something turn it off. People need to ask themselves why they are offended. Only you have the power to not be offended by someone else’s views. Quit placating people and stand up for what is right.

  • Geewillykers

    There’s only one thing wrong with this video…the TRUTH really hurts some people…I guess you could say it cuts like a two-edged sword…hmmm…all those haters must be bleeding pretty badly.

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