The Pink Swastika and Holocaust revision

Inexplicably, Scott Lively, co-author of The Pink Swastika, has been invited to speak at an evangelical church this coming weekend in Oklahoma City. Draper Park Christian Church plans to have him in for three days of meetings.Evangelical organizations Exodus International (scroll down) and Campus Crusade removed links to Lively's article on the Pink Swastika in 2009. Even NARTH removed the article.During the summer of 2009, with the help of historian J.D. Wyneken, I reviewed the claims o … [Read more...]

Oklahoma City Church to host Scott Lively

As unbelievable as that sounds, Draper Park Christian Church is hosting Scott Lively for a weekend of seminars April 27-29, 2012.On the church Facebook page, they prep their congregants with an article from MassResistance.Upcoming DPCC keynote speaker featured in this article...thanks Stephen Black of First Stone Ministries. Church, the Lord said "Be alert and ready for service!". This Christian lawyer Dr. Lively needs our fervent, effectual, righteous prayers.It is not clear … [Read more...]

The Pink Swastika and NARTH

In 2009, I reported that NARTH (National Association for the Research and Therapy of Homosexuality) had removed all but one reference to Scott Lively's works from their website. That reference was a note in their newsletter which described Lively's short speech at the 2005 NARTH convention where he donated money to the organization on behalf of his Pro-Family Charitable Trust. As an aside, Lively has donated at least $2000 to NARTH since 2003.In fact, Lively's involvement with NARTH goes … [Read more...]

World Net Daily hearts the Pink Swastika

In a given month, World Net Daily numbers page views in the millions; I number mine in the thousands. So I know that repeating the critique of the Pink Swastika will not reach the number of people now misled by WND but here goes anyway...WND has a superstore with an apparently spanking new edition of Scott Lively's The Pink Swastika in it. WND site owner Joseph Farah gives a shout out to TPS without addressing any of the criticisms. He says he has read all of the criticism, but he attributes … [Read more...]

Bryan Fischer and the Nazis: This is what I meant by vilification

On Monday, I wrote about the corrosive effect of the culture war on the real business of Christianity. In that post, I wroteOn the other hand, my great concern is that culture warring lulls people into feeling that that the cause justifies the considerable offense that comes with vilifying those the church yearns to reach.As if to volunteer to be Exhibit A, Bryan Fischer helps define "vilifying" for us. On his American Family Radio program this week, Fischer, who erroneously believes the … [Read more...]

Scott Lively: Anti-Homosexuality Bill is “step in the right direction”

I am behind on posting relevant news concerning the main characters in the Ugandan drama.Here is an audio clip, you need to hear if you want to put Scott Lively's opposition to the Ugandan bill in perspective.Alan Colmes wondered how you could oppose the death penalty and call the bill "a step in the right direction." About the show, Colmes wrote:Scott Lively, one of three evangelicals who went to Uganda at in 2009 to preach against gays, says he doesn’t support Uganda’s bill that would … [Read more...]

The Pink Swastika and the Hidden Holocaust?

One purpose of The Pink Swastika is to minimize the suffering and persecution of homosexuals during the tenure of the Third Reich. In reaction to gay holocaust theories employed by some gay advocates, Lively and Abrams advance a theory about why some homosexuals were persecuted while others were Nazi promoters. Lively and Abrams suggest that masculine oriented, "Butch" homosexuals were favored by the Nazis. These "Butch" gays hated and persecuted effeminate, "Fem" homosexuals when the Nazis came … [Read more...]

American Nazi movement and homosexuality: How pink is their swastika?

Scott Lively's book The Pink Swastika purports to demonstrate a link between Nazi aggression and homosexuality. He also discusses other atrocities which he blames on homosexuality in that book as well as another titled, The Poisoned Stream. In that book, he says in the introduction that he has found gay fingerprints onthe Spanish Inquisition, the French “Reign of Terror,” the era of South African apartheid, and the two centuries of American slavery. My thoughts have increasingly turned tow … [Read more...]


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