Posts Tagged ‘ cnn ’

CNN, the Seminary Grad, and Errors Galore

Sep 1st, 2011 | By | Category: Featured Articles, News, Sexuality & Gender

Jonathan Dudley’s June 21 article on CNN’s Belief Blog, “Bible condemns a lot, so why focus on homosexuality?” has received over 6,000 comments and more than 31,000 Facebook recommendations. Unfortunately, the author has seriously misled his reading audience. Dudley explains that as a result of his seminary studies at Yale, he cast off the evangelical […]



Followup Knust Critique From Robert Gagnon: Mixed Message or Consistent Message?

Mar 4th, 2011 | By | Category: News, Scripture

In addition to the critique of Jennifer Knust’s CNN “Mixed Messages” article put forth by Dr. Michael Brown on his program, the Line of Fire (click here to listen), Dr. Robert Gagnon penned a critique of the article and published it on CNN as “The Bible really does condemn homosexuality” (note that it was originally […]



Inclusion at Work: GLAAD Petitions CNN To Stop Inviting Pro-Family Guests

Jan 11th, 2011 | By | Category: News, Sexuality & Gender

This is remarkable, as a New Year’s Resolution for 2011, GLAAD called on its supporters to petition CNN, a network that for the most part already favors gay activists against the pro-family advocates in its reporting and analysis, that they should no longer allow any counterpoint discussion from “the anti-gay industry” (aka those who don’t […]