Stand by for ‘A Day of Purity’
TWO crazy Christian organisations renowned for their intolerance towards gay rights – and many other things besides – have combined to organise “A Day of Purity” in the UK next month.
Valentine’s Day, according to Wikipedia, is set aside each year to celebrate “love and affection between intimate companions”. But love and affection are the last things one would ever associate with either of these hateful Christian organisations.
According to a report in The Free Press, an on-line “newspaper” run by British journalist Alan Franklin – who “opened his heart to the Lord Jesus Christ” in 1983 – and his American wife Pat, who lost her marbles to Jesus two years earlier, the “Day of Purity” is to be held:
To combat the increasing wave of immorality sweeping our nation.
The rest of The Free Press report comprises Green burbling on about the lamentable state of the British nation. And he lambasts our education system for:
Encouraging young people to experiment in under age sex and many have tapped into vices of drugs, alcohol and promiscuity before they can even understand, let alone contemplate, a committed marital relationship.
Our modern society has encouraged a lifestyle which is contrary to the Word of God with images on MTV, cinema and popular music. Holiness seems prudish and chastity confined to the Victorian era. Such negativity about virtue needs to be countered.
For this purpose, our Lord is raising up those who will pray for our nation’s youth – and adults – who want change. The Holy Spirit challenges the Body of Christ to repent for our own lack of witness, for turning a blind eye to sin and for failing to demand that our Government should stop teaching promiscuity to our children in sex education classes, stop giving information that is contrary to natural modesty and virtue and which flies in the face of the Word of God and go back to the Creator for His eternal blueprint!
Alan Franklin, by the way, is no fan of the European Union, and has produced a tedious DVD in which he apparently attacks the EU’s godlessness, among other things.Â The DVD is comprehensively rubbished in a review on Amazon.