Okay, so it’s really not that much of a stretch to think that Satan might be an advertising executive, but I highly doubt it’s because of a graham cracker commercial that had a gay family in it. But the American Decency Association’s Steve Huston thinks it is.
Apparently Nabisco and I have a fondness for different things now. Of course they wanted to sell crackers and I was really just interested in eating them; but now Nabisco wants to change definitions like family and wholesome. Now I am older and more interested in protecting definitions like family and wholesome; I’m interested in being a conscientious consumer, watching where I spend my dollar…
Television shows, advertisers, amusement parks, mass media, all these and many more are putting forth a strong effort to normalize sin. This article focuses on homosexuality but you can pick any lifestyle sin and it seems as if someone is trying to push it into your home and make it look normal.
The same can be said of political administrations with social agendas, or lawless judges not ruling BY the law, but rather, commenting on and judging the law, putting their own feelings and positions down AS law. They ignore their duty and dance a cultural shift. Eventually someone will have to pay the piper.Satan wants us to see sin as normal and not so bad. He delights in taking what God has made “good” and was meant to glorify God and change it, counterfeit it, making it to please Satan himself instead of the Creator God. The fallen one desires men to see themselves as gods, having to answer to no one but themselves.
I absolutely agree with Mr. Huston, he should watch where he spends his money. Like he should stop spending money with any corporation that doesn’t discriminate against gay people in hiring or benefits. That would mean he can’t fly on any American airline, buy a car from almost any company, get health insurance or bank with practically any company. He’d have to become Amish or live in the Unabomber’s cabin. And then we wouldn’t have to hear from him anymore. It’s a win-win.