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READERS NOTE: It’s been a while since I included this disclaimer, which I’m including now for anyone relatively new to A Crooked Path, and as a reminder to all subscribers and regular readers.

I rewrite every instance of another writer using the acronym “LGBT” or “LGBTQ” or any of the other variations, which continue to add more letters as more perversion, deviancy, immorality and sin is added within this broken world turned from God, His Son, Jesus, the Holy Spirit and the Word of God.

Why do I do this? Why do I take the time? I understand innocent and convenient acronyms such as FBI, or NASA — but when it comes to the abomination? The grave immorality? The sexual perversion and deviancy of those burning with lusts for their own sex? Trying to convince themselves if biologically born female they are male, and if born male they are female? And, contrary to all the rampant out and out lies — let’s call them what they are rather than sugarcoating things, the lies there are more than male or female — I take the time to correct the error of falling into the worldly trap purposely set by Satan, his minions and their evil.

The combination of letters “LGBT,” over time, create a mental numbness. As if the acts, deeds, what’s behind those letters is benign and okay. Proof of this is just how many professed Christian writers use the acronym and how many professed Christian denominations and professed individual Christians think homosexuality and all the immoralities, perversions and deviancies are just fine. No big deal. That’s why there are more and more openly practicing lesbian and homosexual so-called “pastors” in so-called “Christian churches,” and an increasing amount of transgenders as well.

How about we begin merely calling all sin just “S?”

Or murder merely “M?”

Or rape merely “R?”

Or abortion merely “A?”

How about that? To save time. To race through whatever we’re reading, hearing or writing. Because, after all, the most important part of life now is appeasement and brevity right? I mean who has or wants to take the time to use and understand words correctly? Actually use and know correct definitions and meanings?

So, if new and unfamiliar you will discover I go over every single article written by another writer that is posted here on ACP and I remove every tool of the devil to gain a further foothold, such as “LGBT” and I change it to the words that acronym means making people read them each and perhaps begin to think deeper than they have.

Take the time to say, speak, write, know, profess the truth. What words really mean. What their true definitions are.

Begin with learning, on your own, what “tolerance” actually means and what it has come to mean over the past 15 years. Take the time to begin your own study with that one word. Learn the truth and facts of what the word “tolerance” actually means and then how it is applied today, which is exactly 180 degrees opposed to its true meaning.

And stop using the acronym of “LGBT” or all the other derivations of those sexual perversions, immoralities and that which goes against God and nature.

NASA is not something in the Word of God that goes against the Word of God.

Neither is the FBI.

Or, almost every other acronym in the world — but Satan and his cunning, his appearing as an angel of light, as do his millions of ministers, convince people their actions, their ways are harmless and actually good, and people fall blindly, the walking dead, in lockstep following behind Satan and all his minions and ministers. Unaware they are in bondage. Refusing to believe anything is wrong with what they are saying, doing, believing.

Be ever guarded and vigilant.

Erosion begins with one drop, with one wind beginning to be felt.

Appeasement only encourages evil. In truth it then places its stamp of approval on evil in the vain and foolish belief evil will abate and get with the program and come around.

Let me know, really, let me know how often in world history that has worked to quell and stop evil.


Ken Pullen

ACP — A Crooked Path

Tuesday, February 25th, 2020



Lesbian, Homosexual, Bisexual and Transgender Lobby Pressuring Public Advocacy Litmus Test for Corporations



By John Stonestreet & Maria Baer

Reprinted from: BREAKPOINT



The latest edition of the Human Rights Campaign’s Corporate Equality Index was released last month, rating more than a thousand of the largest corporations in the U.S. for their “commitment to lesbian, homosexual, bisexual, transgender and queer equality and inclusion.”

In their press release, the HRC, which is the largest lesbian, homosexual, bisexual, transgender and queer lobbying firm in the country and the self-appointed authority over corporate compliance to standards they created, excitedly announced that a record 686 of America’s leading companies and law firms now rigorously protect lesbian, homosexual, bisexual, transgender and queer people.

Nearly half the world’s Fortune 500 companies earned a 100 rating—the highest possible—while more than half of the top 200 law firms in the United States received the same score.

It’s ironic how often orthodox Christians are accused of being obsessed with sex these days. After all, what’s more obsessive than investigating thousands of businesses to determine whether they’re “kind” and “inclusive” only to those who engage in certain types of sexual behavior, and not to anyone else?

It would be one thing if HRC kept this obsession to themselves, but they’ve successfully weaponized the Equality Index as a formidable force of their obsession. Corporations clamor to get a good score. They wear this new “good housekeeping seal of approval” proudly and loudly, joining marches and decorating their offices and social media feeds.

And, becoming “HRC approved” is no small task. The Index not only measures whether or not businesses “support an inclusive culture…,” but also whether or not a business has sufficiently demonstrated “a public commitment to lesbian, homosexual, bisexual, transgender and queer equality.”

In other words, companies must publicly advocate for lesbian, homosexual, bisexual, transgender and queer equality to a degree acceptable to HRC ideologues. Companies know that failing to meet the ever-higher standards of inclusion and advocacy are put on another list: the acceptable targets of scorn and bullying list.

Such tactics work, as is evidenced by an entire sector of American culture bowing to self-appointed experts. The larger social pressure to conform that we all feel as individuals now applies to businesses small and large, such as Chick-fil-A’s corporate decision to not only drop support for certain Christian charities who were noticeably on the wrong side of the HRC, but also to publicly announce that decision.

The same pressure has also effectively leveraged state political bodies to take legal action against small businesses like Masterpiece Cakeshop in Colorado, or Arlene’s Flowers in Washington, both of which served lesbian, homosexual, bisexual, transgender and queer customers but failed to pass muster because they refused to participate in same-sex weddings.

Give HRC and like-minded lesbian, homosexual, bisexual, transgender and queer allies credit: Their work has been incredibly effective, largely bending not only corporate America to their will, but also city halls, state houses, and Congress. It’s essential we understand the ramifications if what they’ve achieved through social and economic pressure is then further enshrined into law.

Specifically, Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity (or SOGI) laws would place sexual orientation and gender identity on par with race and religion as protected classes under the Civil Rights Act. The cultural transformation would then be complete.

As our friends at the Alliance Defending Freedom warn us, these laws, like the so-called “Equality Act” now in Congress, would finally enshrine lesbian, homosexual, bisexual, transgender and queer ideology in schools and libraries; in public and private restrooms, homeless shelters, and havens for victims of abuse. “Creative professionals” would lose the ability to live out their faith in their work. Christian organizations that provide public services, like foster care facilities and adoption agencies, would be forced to choose between their convictions and their existence.

While some have sought to mitigate these sorts of consequences by proposing various compromises and exemptions, the substance and the influence of HRC’s corporate scorecard makes something perfectly clear: Compromise is not on the table for them.

Which leaves two important points all Christians must begin to consider. First, elections matter. Second, it’s more than likely the pressure, whether social or corporate or cultural or familial, will test our convictions. We should decide now where we must stand.