Harvey: Where is the Church in fight over glamorizing homosexuality?

Friday, August 30, 2019
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Bob Kellogg (OneNewsNow.com)

indoctrination (human brain)The state of Maryland is the latest to teach LGBTQ propaganda in public school classrooms.

This summer, state lawmakers began pushing the state Department of Education to include history lessons about homosexual historical figures which they say are underrepresented populations.

Linda Harvey of Mission America says it's just another attempt to normalize the gay lifestyle.

"The real goal here is to normalize homosexuality and gender confusion,” she warns, “and make it seem like a respectable and viable option because supposedly all these historical people, who made other contributions, were involved in those lifestyles."

Harvey

The lessons also include people with disabilities but Harvey points out that a disability is morally neutral and is likely cover for the pro-LGBT push. 

Homosexuality, on the other hand, is considered a sin by the world’s three largest religions and is also considered abnormal and harmful behavior. 

California, New Jersey, Colorado, Oregon, and Illinois already require mandatory LGBTQ curricula. Harvey says the only way to stop this juggernaut is for the Church to stand up and speak out.

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