Apple bans Christian app, other tech giants soon to follow as war on Christianity accelerates

Friday, January 4, 2019
By Paul Martin

by: Lance D Johnson
Friday, January 04, 2019

The online war against free speech, free thought and association continues as tech giants continue to target and ban “dangerous” text, audio, and video. According to a recent BBC report, Apple has removed a Christian app because its teachings on homosexuality are “dangerous.”

According to the report, an activist group called “Truth Wins Out” pleaded with Apple to remove a Christian app that spreads “dangerous” speech and ideas. The offended activist group convinced Apple to remove Living Hope Ministries from its app store. Now the activist group is petitioning Google and Amazon to follow suit and ban Living Hope Ministries from their platforms, too. “Google and Amazon [must] immediately stop selling and promoting this app, which dehumanizes LGBT people,” says the petition, signed by 356 supporters. Google is preparing to remove the app if it violates Google’s “ban on content that incites hatred.”

Living Hope Ministries is a Biblical ministry that teaches “sexual wholeness” for various groups, including youth, men, women, and spouses. The ministry helps people have healthy sexual relationships and a “more intimate relationship with Jesus.” The ministry has changed many lives for the better, including youth who don’t want to act out on sexual impulses or be defined by past sexual decisions. Living Hope Ministries is anything but a “hate organization.” The app helps people who struggle with their faith and their feelings.

“We help people understand who they are in Christ” said Ricky Chelette, the ministry’s executive director. “We only help those individuals who are seeking us.”

Gay rights activists are especially offended by a Living Hope Ministries article titled, “How do I help My Gay Friend?” The activist group says any messages that seek to change homosexuals are toxic because they portray homosexuality as an addiction that needs to be fixed. Obviously, gay rights groups are going to take issue with Christian ministries; this is perfectly fine until the gay rights groups gain the power to restrict Christians’ ability to speak, think, and associate on the internet.

What if Christian ministries petitioned to ban gay rights and Big Tech discriminated against gays?

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