No to this education

2015-09-23 06:00

REV. THEUNIS BOTHA, leader of the Christian Democratic Party (CDP):

GAY sex education must not be included in the school curriculum.

The attack on Ferlon Christians, African Christian Democratic Party (ACDP) member of the Western Cape legislature, after he stated the party’s opposition to the suggestion that gay sex education should be included in the school curriculum, is not unexpected, as society has been conditioned to accept this unnatural sexual activity.

The CDP fully supports the ACDP in its so-called “homophobic” stand and calls upon all Christians in this country to do the same. As a Christian party with a sound biblical moral foundation, the CDP rejects the notion that we should be tolerant of that which the Bible describes as sexual impurity, unnatural and degrading passions and shameless lust.

As a nation, who has elected secular humanist representatives, giving them the power to make decisions on their behalf that are contrary to biblical morality, they will share the penalty of their defiance

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