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-The Case of Brendan Eich: An Example of Gay Intolerance

by Dr. D ~ April 3rd, 2014

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Brendan Eich is the new CEO of Mozilla but the employees of the internet giant are tying to get him to resign for something he did years ago. What was that serious infraction that has the company workers so incensed and up in arms? Eich supported traditional marriage 6 years ago and actually committed the terrible sin of  contributing to Proposition 8 in California. Here’s the story from Citizen Link:

Focus on the Family Marriage Analyst Jeff Johnston said the reaction to Eich’s beliefs contradict the usual “inclusion and tolerance” message.

“It’s the same type of attack that’s been used by gay-identified activists over the past 10 years — but it’s betting more aggressive,” he explained. “You must not only believe what they tell you about homosexuality and marriage, you have to renounce any past support of marriage.”

The message activists are sending now, Johnston said, is: “Believe what we believe or we’re going to boycott you.”

<Read the whole article>

Here’s another excellent take on this same story by Michael Brown- “Another Glaring Example of Gay Intolerance”:

We’ve heard it for years now from gay activists: “You need to be tolerant and inclusive. You need to embrace diversity.”

The only problem is that in reality, tolerance, inclusivity and diversity only go one way—and pity the person who dares challenge that narrow and exclusive way.

This is a lesson that Brendan Eich, the CEO of the Internet giant Mozilla, just learned firsthand, with employees calling for his resignation because, in 2008, he made a donation to support Proposition 8 in California, upholding marriage as the union of one man and one woman.

<Read the rest of Brown’s article>

Response: Both Johnston and Brown are correct. Tolerance and inclusion only goes one direction now and those of us who support Biblical teaching and traditional marriage are now considered to be evil pariah’s that are standing in the way of progress.

We experienced this same type of intolerance when gay activists called for and received the dropping of Pastor Louie Giglio from giving a prayer at Obama’s 2nd Inauguration.

It is my contention that is is only going to get worse for Biblical Christians in America unless we experience a new awakening and revival that transforms the whole nation and turns it back to God. Meanwhile, keep on praying for America. It isn’t over till its really over.            *Top

 

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