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Video: Film trailer claims equal marriage will lead to the ‘criminalisation of Christianity’

Joseph McCormick March 31, 2013
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The trailer for a new fillm by a Christian organisation claims that the legalisation of equal marriage, and the advancement of LGBT rights will lead to the “criminalisation of Christianity”.

The film trailer, made by Faith 2 Action, the anti-gay Christian organisation which is headed up by Janet Porter, credits the writing and direction of the trailer to Porter.

The trailer warns “If homosexual activists achieve their goal, it will be the criminalization of Christianity.” It goes on to claim that: “Time and freedom are running out”, and that if “gays win, Christians lose.”

It also urges viewers to “help us warn the church”.

RightWingWatch reports that the last film project by Porter, True 2 Life, never made it off the ground. Porter is the author of the book The Criminalisation of Christianity, which was published in 2009.

This latest project by Faith 2 Action is still looking for a costume designer and an executive producer.

Back in December, the University of Brighton cancelled the screening of a film which claimed the HIV virus does not cause AIDS after a student backlash.

Also in December, the Westboro Baptist Church, the home of the ‘God Hates Fags Church’ released a video to explain how ‘God Sent the Shooter’ to kill children at a Connecticut school because of the state’s acceptance of same-sex marriage.

Related topics: AIDS, Americas, Christianity, Church, faith 2 action, Film Reviews, HIV, janet porter, movie, University of Brighton, US, Westboro, westboro baptist church

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