One of the few phrases I remember from two years of high school French is cri de coeur, literally “cry of the heart” but more colloquially a passionate outcry or protest. Bryan Fischer delivered one recently in the most lurid terms imaginable about his fight to the death with Big Gay.
Asserting that America’s future will be determined by “whether the forces of light or darkness will prevail in the battle over special rights based on sexually deviant behavior,” Fischer asserted that “everywhere that Big Gay gains ground, Christ is forced into retreat.”
As such, everything hinges on this battle and if the “forces of sexual normalcy” win, then America will once again become a beacon of morality and decency for the entire world. But, Fischer warned, “if the forces of sexual deviancy prevail … every part of our culture will be corrupted, it will be contaminated beyond repair and America … will plunge the world into a moral abyss of darkness and depravity.”
Which is a whole lot of hyperbolic verbiage to say “some people will be allowed to do things I disapprove of that have nothing to do with me and I’m not allowed to punish them for it.” Poor Bryan Fischer. It must be so difficult to be him.