Christian adoption agency gets canceled by fundamentalists for serving LGBTQ people
The model of Noah’s Ark built at Ark Encounter in Williamstown, Kentucky, made according to the dimensions given in the Bible. Photo: Shutterstock A 40-day music festival billing itself as the “largest Christian music festival” has canceled its relationship with a major sponsor just days before the event begins because an employee for the festival organizers researched them and learned that they have dared to work with LGBTQ people before.
The 40 Days and 40 Nights Christian Music Festival is about to commence at the Ark Encounter amidst a pandemic in Williamstown, Kentucky, where over 484,000 have been infected with coronavirus and an estimated 7,400 people have died. But they draw the line when it comes to companies that associate with LGBTQ people.
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The music festival is being organized by Answers in Genesis (AiG), a Christian fundamentalist, anti-LGBTQ group. They primarily operate the Creation Museum located in Kentucky. Jennifer Hall Rivera, the Education Content Administrator for the group, recently claimed that God made noses because of “sinners.”
“God designed humans very specifically, with this nasal bone, because He knew because of sin we’d be […]