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09/14/2006

Kids read the damnation-est things!

by Jeremy Hooper

   In response to acceptance-encourage children's books like Heather Has Two Mommies and King and King, a Christian publisher by the name of Apologetics Press has released their own kid-centric tomed titled..and I kid you not...Does God Love Michael's Two Daddies? From the company's website, this explanation:

For the last 15 years, the homosexual community has been publishing children’s books promoting homosexuality, starting with the book Heather Has Two Mommies. Other books such as Daddy’s Roommate and My Two Uncles have followed suit. To our knowledge, no comparable children’s book designed to combat the promotion of homosexuality is available on the market—until now. Does God Love Michael’s Two Daddies? is a professionally designed and illustrated book that promotes God’s love for all individuals, while at the same time showing, in a loving way, that homosexuality is wrong. This book has tremendous potential to positively influence the lives of thousands of children growing up in tumultuous and confusing times.

And from Agape Press, this plot summary:

Does God Love Michael's Two Daddies? focuses on Seth and Sarah, twins who meet a new friend named Michael on the first day of a new school year. When Michael announces that his two daddies are thinking about getting married, the twins get confused. They ask their parents about it that night at dinner.

Ah, isn't that simply heartwarming? Especially if lil' Seth or Sarah happen to themselves be gay. Nothing fuels the jets of a happy childhood more than the self-esteem boost that stems from knowing your parents will someday abandon you and make you feel like shit if you live your truth. After ll, the children are our future -- can you imagine if that future didnt 'contain bias? FRIGHTENING!

::writer rolls eyes so pointedly, nearby children are compelled to ask their parents, 'Does God Love Writer's Two Globular Conveyors of Sarcasm?'::

Be sure to look for future titles from Apologetics Press, including the eagerly anticipated Hey Dad, Is Johnny's Mom the Alcho-Whore Gonna Burn?, the revelatory But Mom, Why Do You Have Your Own Opinion When The Bible Says You Slould Be Submissive To Dad? and the feel-good Yo Sis, Isn't It Great That Our Parents' Are Holier Than Thou And Have All of the Answers?

Sure to be real page turners, those!

Does God Love Michael's Two Daddies? [Apologetics Press]

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