Erwin W. Lutzer in his book, The Truth about Sam-Sex Marriage, quotes Marshall Kirk and Hunter Madsen, both gay activists, in their writings as having said, “Almost all behavior begins to look normal if you are exposed to enough of it at close quarters and among your acquaintances.” The media is definitely helping… most TV shows have at least one homosexual character now, if not more, Smash and Glee are two examples. Movies such as Milk, Brokeback Mountain, and Valentine’s Day play their role.
They also write, “Portray gays as victims, not aggressive challengers.” Victims gain sympathy, especially in the land of the free, and the home of the brave.
They also say that it is best to make gays look good. Now we got homosexual curriculum for schools to highlight the achievements of homosexuals. Anyone who takes a stance against homosexuality must be portrayed as a villain, a bigot, a hater. They must be seen as a gay-basher.
They insist that gays must be portrayed in a positive light.
Lutzer also quotes Eric Pollard, the founder of ACT-UP, a militant homosexual group, as having used Adolf Hitler’s own words as a strategy for homosexual activists: “By clever and persevering use of propaganda, even heaven can be represented as hell to the people, and conversely, the most wretched life as paradise.”
Such strategies are certainly working for the gay communities. And ultimately what happens is that the majority that actually opposes same-sex marriage and believes that homosexuality isn’t beneficial to society are forced into silence.
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Lutzer in his book presents six things you must know about what’s really at stake with same-sex marriage. The truth must be spoken no matter how hard it is to speak it, and in the face of the strategies of the homosexual communities we must be careful to speak the truth in love. Lutzer does a good job of recognizing that judging an action as wrong, does not mean hating the person, or people who participate in such actions.
This is a tough topic even among Christians as many disagree on the Bible’s teachings on homosexuality, and many openly gay men and women also profess faith in Jesus Christ, while rejecting that homosexuality is a sin, like one of the gay characters in Smash.