GOD TV To broadcast Focus On The Family’s ‘Ex-Gay’ conference to millions

By |2018-01-15T23:42:04-05:00January 22nd, 2008|News|

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Truth Wins Out recently expressed its dismay over a deal between GOD TV and Focus on the Family to air the group’s “ex-gay” Love Won Out conference. Focus on the Family claims they will now reach millions of people with their anti-gay propaganda and distorted science. The agreement comes at a time when GOD TV is airing a solid month of spooky End-Times programming.
“This deal of the delusional seems like a marriage made in heaven because so-called ‘ex-gay’ programs are a personal apocalypse for so many people,” said Truth Wins Out’s Executive Director Wayne Besen in a statement. “It is tempting to brush this off as fundamentalists preaching to the choir. But, these viewers have children who internalize this damaging message and are psychologically harmed by these lies.”
“Love Won Out offers hope for those struggling with same-sex attractions,” said Nima Reza, host of Focus on the Family’s ‘news’ program Turn Signal, in a press release. “That message will go out to millions on GOD TV.”
GOD TV has aggressively promoted its maudlin End-Times line-up this month as a bulwark against Satan. According to its Web site: “Over the past year, the Lord has laid on our hearts a tremendous sobriety concerning the End-Times and we believe that it is so important to the Lord that His people were prepared in their spirits for the shaking that lies ahead and that they are not ignorant of Satan’s devices. That is why we at GOD TV are sounding the alarm this month, as we bring you an extensive line-up of End-Time programming.”
Truth Wins Out is a non-profit organization that defends gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender people from anti-gay lies. TWO also counters the “ex-gay” myth and educates America about gay life.

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