An offensive play

Discussion in 'The Signs of the Times' started by garabandal, Aug 9, 2009.

  1. garabandal

    garabandal Powers ... esus-play/

    After reading about this play I decided to do an internet search and straight away found the
    website of the author Jo[hn] Clifford. I e-mailed to explain why I found the title of the play as
    offensive and within 10 minutes had this e-mail back.

    Dear Bobby,
    Thank you for writing.
    I am sorry that sensational and inaccurate press accounts of my work have caused you such distress.
    Like yourself, I revere the name and teachings of Jesus and find it distressing that people should assume otherwise.
    I like the way you talk of us as a family; like any family, we fall out and disagree sometimes, I am sure.
    But I would like to think that maybe underneath it all there is something that unites us.
    Certainly I admire your readiness to stand up for Jesus and leap to the defence of His Holy Name.
    All good wishes

    Jo[hn] is living through an identity crisis [calling himself trandgendered male to female] so any
    wonder there is confusion in understanding God as Father.

    Let us pray for John to find peace in Christ and healing through the name of Jesus.
  2. padraig

    padraig New Member

    I think, often the desire to shock is a cry for help.

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