DO NOT CONFORM to this world, but be transformed by the renewal of your mind, that by testing you may discern what is the will of God, what is good and acceptable and perfect.
Gotta say, I am getting reeeeally sick of the trash that the world is piling on us and expecting us to "tolerate"! Have you seen the latest Tylenol Campaign? What the heck?! Here is a letter I got from the AFA, if anyone wants to respond and send a letter to Johnson and Johnson. It is so easy, just click on the "TAKE ACTION NOW" link at the end of the letter and there will be a letter available, all you need to do is add a subject and sign it...then send.
Yes, we are called to love ... the person, but NOT THE SIN! I so wish that we Christians would ban together like some groups do so well.
Tylenol's homosexual campaign
Wednesday, June 24, 2015
Gay and lesbian couples are featured prominently in Tylenol's new #HowWeFamily campaign, which aims to change the face of the American family.
A same sex prom couple and two gay dads with a baby are among those featured in the campaign's first TV ad. A voiceover declares, "Family isn't defined by who you love, but how."
Tylenol depicts a variety of modern family types by stating a family is based on love, not traditional marriage, and then showing gay couples with their children.
Plus, Tylenol recently used a lesbian couple shown nose to nose in a printed magazine ad. It was included in Good Housekeeping June 2015 issue on page 21, to name one example. At the bottom of the ad it states that Tylenol is a national corporate partner with the Human Rights Campaign.
Companies should advertise the quality of their products, or in this case, how and when to take a medication and why it works. They should not be highlighting who is attracted to whom or who sleeps with whom. This is a marketing decision Tylenol will regret.
This gay-inclusive commercial is attempting to desensitize viewers. There is concern about the way this ad is pushing the LGBT agenda, but an even greater concern is the way that they are attempting to redefine "family."
Please contact Tylenol (owned by Johnson & Johnson) through our website urging them to pull this inappropriate commercial immediately and remain neutral in the culture war.
Also, let Tylenol know that continuing to air this ad and other offensive advertisements in the future will force your family to make the decision to no longer purchase Tylenol or Johnson & Johnson products.
Tim Wildmon, President
American Family Association