If you're wondering if there's some kind of political agenda behind bringing a glorified pop star's music into a church meant to worship God, you'd be correct. The church is holding the event to use Beyonce's music to explore the way she reaches "marginalized families," following in the grand leftist tradition of liberation theology, that teaches there's no need to wait for Christ's Kingdom for justice, but rather, Christians should fight for culturally Marxist social justice right here on earth.
As MacLachlan described to the court how she had her camera knocked out of the hand and was punched and kicked once she had fallen to the ground, District Judge Kenneth Grant warned her that "the defendant wished to be referred to as a woman, so perhaps you could refer to her as 'she' for the purpose of the proceedings."
Just when you think you simply can't be shocked by the way public schools are indoctrinating and programming our children, a story like this comes out.
There is a pervasive plan on the left to prevent trans or homosexual students from being bullied by adding far-left, pro-LGBTQ education to the curriculum, or in the case of a bill in Illinois, to flat-out mandate it, starting in kindergarten, of course.
I’m no stranger to the pain of slander. You feel violated, like a knife stab from the inside that you can’t see or remove. But honestly, the lies in The Advocate article don’t hurt, because they’re so unbelievably laughable and disingenuous that I think my husband and I got hernias...