This past Sunday was John MacArthur’s call to fellow conservative pastors to stand up and preach biblical truth against the culture’s celebration of homosexuality and sexual immorality. As we now live in a fascist world controlled by tech-giants in collusion with the governments of the world, the Constitutionally protected notion of free speech and freedom of religion has been rendered moot.
After MacArthur published his sermon on YouTube, the tech giant almost immediately removed the video labeling it “hate speech” and a violation of their policy, according to Todd Starnes:
“Our team has reviewed your content, and, unfortunately, we think it violates our hate speech policy,” YouTube wrote to me. “We’ve removed the following content from YouTube: ‘There is no such thing as transgender. You are either XX or XY. That’s it. – Pastor John MacArthur.’”
In other words, YouTube affirmed the Canadian law by banning any opposition to transgenderism on their platform.
And it won’t be very long before the sex and gender revolutionaries target the source of our beliefs – the Holy Bible. I foresee a day in American history where Bibles could be confiscated or rewritten to affirm the LGBTQIA lifestyle.”
The content, which YouTube single-handedly censored from the entire world, was nothing more than than the truth directly preached from the Scriptures. Part of his message, MacArthur stated:
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“Simply stated. There is no such thing as transgender. You are either XX or XY, that’s it. God made man male and female. That is determined genetically, that is physiology, that is science, that is reality.
This notion that you are something other than your biology is a cultural construct intended as an assault on God…. The only way you can address it, honestly, is to say, ‘God made you and God made you exactly the way He wanted you to be. You are not only fighting God in His physical creation, you are fighting God in His sovereignty. You are fighting God in His spiritual relationship to you. This is a war on God.’
…On the one hand, the reality of that lie and deception is so damaging, so destructive, so isolating, so corrupting that it needs to be confronted, but on the other hand, that confrontation can’t exaggerate what already exists, which is a sense of feeling isolated in relationships,”