Sunday, April 13, 2008
Silencing the Christians-part 5
A New Jersey church association finds itself in a legal battle when lesbian couples sue for the right to use the church's seaside worship pavilion to hold a civil union ceremony. A mother in Pennsylvania is told that reading a passage from the Bible to her son's kindergarten class is against the law. Instead, she is encouraged to read a book about witches. A Canadian pastor faces a hate crimes tribunal for writing a letter to the editor of his local newspaper: a chilling precursor to what Americans will face if similar laws are passed. The fifth episode of "Speechless ... Silencing the Christians" will be shown Saturday, April 12, at 8:30 p.m. (E.T.) on INSP cable network. See if INSP is available on your cable system. Or you can watch it on-line at silencingchristians.com. You will be able to watch "Vows on the Boardwalk" beginning at noon central time on the Internet. You can view the fifth episode on the Web for free, but you must register to view the program. With traffic being heavy on silencingchristians.com, your computer may be slow. If so, you may need to come back later and view it. The program will be up all week. Also, all four of the previous episodes are available for viewing on the Internet at Silencingchristians.com.