In the weeks following the election in which three states (Arizona, California, and Florida) voted to approve traditional marriage, attacks on Christianity and those standing for marriage have increased dramatically. An elderly woman who supported the California proposition was attacked and had her cross stomped on in one pro-homosexual rally. CLICK HERE for video. In California, many Latter-Day Saints (Mormon) temples were defaced by messages that assaulted the Mormon stance on homosexuality. Some temples had to cancel their weekly services to keep their congregants safe and even employ around-the-clock guards to prevent further defacing of their buildings. In Michigan, a group of homosexuals entered a church during the Sunday morning service yelling obscenities like, “It’s okay to be gay”, and “Jesus was a homo”, throwing fliers into the audience. CLICK HERE for video. In addition, homosexual activists are now beginning to focus their attention on the African-American community, saying that their homophobia caused them to vote for Prop. 8 in California. These activists are rapidly lighting up blogs with outrageous comments and threats, and are lambasting Christians and conservatives, calling them hateful. Also, protests against the gay marriage bans took place on Saturday across the nation, including some in Texas, most notably in Dallas, Houston, and San Antonio.
Now is not the time to be intimidated. We encourage you to respectfully speak up and let your voice be heard everywhere that these propositions are discussed.
What do you think? What are good ways to let your voice be heard? What do you think of the issue in general?