Wednesday, April 02, 2008

Dobson editing radio show to avoid 'hate crimes' laws

Wow. We don't have any such laws in the U.S. (at least not yet) and Focus on the Family is already caving in. You have to wonder what will happen once we have such legislation enacted.

Whatever happened to speaking the truth without compromise and honoring God? The Lord said that if we live Godly lives, we'll eventually be persecuted for it. Well, it looks like Focus on the Family have nothing to fear, they are already beginning to capitulate.

Here's an excerpt from the article at WorldNetDaily:

"Posted: March 28, 2008
10:00 pm Eastern

By Bob Unruh
© 2008 WorldNetDaily

"Hate crimes" laws were defeated in Congress just a few months ago. Just a few weeks ago, Frank Wright of the National Religious Broadcasters Association warned, "We must be one in Christ to face the days ahead" because "hate crimes" laws would create untold new liability for Christians.

Now a major Christian ministry has confirmed that such "hate crimes" laws already are setting limits on what it can broadcast.

The issue is "hate crimes" laws in Canada, and they are affecting U.S. Christian ministries that broadcast into that nation.

WND reported just a week ago on a Christian ministry based in Canada that essentially was ordered shut down under that nation's "hate crimes" laws which prevent Christians from expressing Biblical opinions on a wide range of issues.

So what used to be called MacGregor Ministries with offerings in how to recognize and eliminate "faulty fads" in Christian churches has been re-created in the United States, and now operates under the name MM Outreach Media Ministries, according to spokeswoman Lorri MacGregor.

"Canada has very strong hate laws," she told WND..."

The rest is here...

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