Homosexual Author Unleashes Hate Speech at Annual HIGH SCHOOL Journalism Conference

Some of the courageous students you will see in the following video had the conviction to walk out at a national High School Journalism Conference when the speaker, Dan Savage; a homosexual, stood touting his sexual persuasion while quite offensively taking biblical principles out of context to insult the believing students who attended.

When will believing parents stop submitting to the public school system when they blatantly are working to destroy the faith of our children? We can turn the other cheek if we chose, but do we allow our children to go into the battle because  we are cowards? Do we prop them up with Sunday School, scripture, prayer then send them into the lions den to be shredded for the sake of Christ, while we tend to our daily lives?

What kind of outcry would come from Muslim parents should their progeny be insulted for what they believed from the Koran? What kind of fear would be induced into free speech when threats of violence would be made? Cowards. We have become cowards for the sake of Christ, hardly ambassadors. What do we do now?

Those who oppose biblical standards have no fear of public opinion… do we?

Savage was supposed to be delivering a speech about anti-bullying at the National High School Journalism Conference sponsored by the Journalism Education Association and the National Scholastic Press Association. But it turned into an episode of Christian-bashing. ~Todd Starnes, FoxNews Radio

WARNING: The video you are about to watch has several crass and offensive words, not to mention the message.

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