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Published On: Thu, Mar 7th, 2019

LGBT, Leftist activist co-op Lent for ‘Glitter Ash Wednesday’

LGBT and other leftist activists are now co-opting Ash Wednesday, substituting “glitter crosses” for ashes in order to encourage homosexuals, saying that they are “fabulously made.”

“Glitter Ashes lets the world know that we are progressive, queer-positive Christians,” according to a statement by Parity, a New York gay rights group. “We are in the pews, in the pulpits and giving glitter ashes in the street to those who either may not have time to go to a church – or may have been rejected by a church.”

Through “glitter ashes” the group hopes to promote a more “inclusive Christian message.”

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The Glitter Ash Wednesday movement, which began in 2017, is just one more example of how LGBT ideology seeks to redefine Christianity, elevating its message above the message of the Cross of Christ.

Parity  (formerly Presbyterian Welcome) offers this mission statement: “Parity is a faith-based organization headquartered in NYC that creates open and nurturing spaces where LGBTQ people can reconcile their identities and faith. We work and pray for reconciliation, within our communities and within ourselves, so that we can create a world where gender or sexual identity are not barriers to living the whole, full lives that we are called to by God.”

From Life Site:

As it turns out, the ever-expanding universe of gay “rights” isn’t about equality; it’s about establishing superiority. It’s not about peaceful coexistence, acceptance, or tolerance; it’s about changing and undermining the fundamentals of faith and family by diluting immutable definitions. As for same-sex “marriage,” it has always been a misnomer, a smokescreen. What we’re really dealing with is anti-complementary, anti-conjugal, genderless couplings.

Glitter ashes are not a sign of solidarity with Christian churches, but they are indeed a sign.

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