Christian Nation, subtle destruction

“Art
Thou King of the queers?” exclaims Pontius Pilate. What? No, not
the Pilate from the scriptures that so many Christians hold so dear,
but Terrance McNally's Pilate from the twisted scripts of Corpus
Christi, the homosexual mockery of Christ's life. I must inquire,
would McNally have the stones to portray Muhammad in such a
blasphemous light?

In
case your not clear, Corpus Christi, is a play which portrays a Jesus
like figure and a gaggle of homosexual Apostles. Terrance McNally's
rendition of the crucification with a homosexual twist, is going to
be shown at the Theater Within, at 1125
Spruce St Indianapolis, IN 46203-2055.

However
outrageous this may seem, it pales in comparison to the methodical
beating Christians allow their faith to be subjected to on a daily
basis. Subtle destruction, the close bond between country and faith
is being ripped away ever so gently, courtesy of the secular left.
They purged prayer from public academia, removed it from the walls of
Washington, and will not let up until God is an antiquated after
thought from generations much less enlightened.

Terrance
McNally's, Corpus Christi, is revolting, but is it anymore
unfortunate than less blatant blasphemes? This play, this man, should
be subjected to fervent protest. If this play is allowed to go
unchallenged, it will only further Christians tolerance for
persecution. When Christians become too numb from assaults of the
secular left, they will politely excuse themselves from this nations
existence.

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