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Apple again in the crosshairs of gay activists. Will they fold?

(Manhattan Declaration) - Change.org, the same organization that successfully appealed to Apple to have the Manhattan Declaration app removed from the iTunes Store, is now setting its sights on a new target: Exodus International. This comes just one day after Exodus International President Alan Chambers was seen on Our America with Lisa Ling in her special "Pray the Gay Away?"

Exodus International, according to their website, “is the world’s largest ministry to individuals and families impacted by homosexuality” and “a community of people who are choosing to honor God with their sexuality and looking for real answers to their questions.”

Exodus International is decidedly Christian, and stands on the principle that marriage should be the union of one man and one woman in a permanent bond. Similarly, they believe homosexual activity is not in the best interest of the person or the common good and work with people who want to leave that lifestyle and return to the Lord.

But Change.org cannot stand the thought that traditional marriage proponents have the opportunity to voice their opinion in the public square. Civil discourse and debate is of no interest to them. READ MORE at the Man. Dec. blog...

Comments:

Petition
Can we start a petition to have "change.org" removed from the iPhone?
Not seriously, of course, but only to point out how bullying and supression of a particular viewpoint has no basis in a country that respects the 1st Ammendment.
Where will it stop?
Wait until Change.org gets a chance to read WORLD magazine on the iPad. Probably spur on a whole new level of petitions.

It will be interesting to see how Apple, and even more so, the Church, responds.