America's Culture War: Homosexuality
New Children's Book: Does God Love Michael's Two Daddies?
You may remember that in the June issue of R&R, we reported that gay rights activists are inundating community libraries and public schools with educational materials promoting the homosexual agenda. Such materials are designed specifically to prepare the next generation to embrace homosexuality. One gay activist reportedly declared that he is not concerned about winning the battle in the courts because he is confident that indoctrinating the present generation of children will result in societal acceptance of homosexuality in 10-15 years. Even now, public schools across the nation are being systematically repositioned to eliminate parents from the loop so that they will cease “interfering” with educators who seek to indoctrinate children with their anti-Christian values.
The books appearing in various school libraries around the country are legion, including:
And Tango Makes Three
Heather Has Two Mommies
Jack and Jim: Picture Book
One Dad, Two Dads, Brown Dad, Blue Dads
The Sissy Duckling
Who’s in a Family?
It’s Perfectly Normal
Best, Best Colors
My Two Uncles
Imagine what America is going to be like 10-15 years from now when the children nurtured by such books are adults.
The ongoing, historic commitment of Apologetics Press has been to offer competent Christian responses to the most critical moral issues confronting our culture. For 27 years, A.P. has sought to provide the church and the nation with effective tools for counteracting the anti-Christian forces threatening our way of life. In that tradition, we are delighted to announce the release of a timely, incredibly relevant children’s book: Does God Love Michael’s Two Daddies? This tremendous volume is a cogent contribution to the effort by parents and grandparents to insulate and prepare their children and grandchildren to cope with the sinister forces seeking to captivate their youthful spirits. Brilliantly and professionally illustrated, this landmark book beautifully balances the Bible’s forthright condemnation of same-sex marriage with the compassion and love of God. Indeed, this book is cutting-edge, unique, and unprecedented. It deserves to be distributed across the nation—and we predict that it will be. It is that good and that deserving. Look for a review of the book in the September issue of the American Family Association’s Journal.