• There Is Just Too Much Porn On The Internet

    January 25, 2010 2:18 am 26 comments
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    The internet is very popular these days. It offers sports, news, movies, message boards and so much else. But as more and more Christian families and their children are catching on to this internet fad, are we prepared for the dark and unholy world that is possibly only a click or two away?

    Pornography is a sin. It is adultery, gluttony and false idol worship committed by your eyes and your reproductive organs. It is the worst kind of moral failing because it is so easy. It puts your marriage, your children and your business at grave, disgusting risk. Type in XXX into a search engine and you find literally hundreds of millions of internet porn sites. The worst kinds of things pop up– naked teens, bondage, homosexuality, naked homosexuals, inter-generational copulation, transsexuals, crossdressing, group sex, effeminate male teens, whippings, beatings, children, the elderly. I could go on and on but I already have a stomachache from typing that last sickening sentence.

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    Every day my Yahoo email is filled with offers to see naked celebrities (who would want to see those bony frauds getting violated by tattooed rockstars anyway?) and for some evil, inexplicable reason something called barnyard sex. I must admit I do not quite understand how they found me, but the cloven hooves of bestiality stomp on my solid commitment to Christ at every opportunity. Many experts such as myself have been tricked many times with such messages as, “I learned the hard way, dont leave your wife alone at the farm!” and “My wife cheated on me with Rocky.” Only to find out after a click that Rocky is a German Shepard. I weep for the beautiful innocent creatures of God violated for the gratification of every damaged pervert with an AOL account.

    Death by Clicking

    And now come reports that the internet is sagging under the weight of too much video and imagery. People are downloading to such an insane extent that experts believe the internet will crash under its weight. As citizen-taxpayers under a democrat administration, the huge infrastructural upgrades needed to keep the video flowing will surely come out of our pockets. Well, I say no way! I do not support a faster internet so children can Google Image their way to homosexuality. I do not support DSL so families can fail as men crawl out of their marriage beds for late night sex chats. I say no to better browsers with all the right plug-ins for streaming video. No to the WIFI that encourages our teens to hide in the basement friending shirtless thirty-year old men on Facebook. No to external hard drives that hide hordes of internationally filmed filth. No to the young daughters and sons rolling around their beds half-naked on YouTube. No to the hotlinking that gets you into hot water!

    Death by Clicking

    If you think you are safe from this scourge, you are a fool. Satan has already glazed your bodies with his own BBQ sauce so he can throw you on the hot, flaming grill he has bought specially for internet users. (And he probably paid for it with all your $29.95 sex-site subscription fees!) Website filters will not help– any ten-year old boy can bypass these with one hand. Even the most evangelical of us are not immune- studies have shown that our very own Christian computers are sending us straight to Hell where we will cook like hamburgers in our own juices for eternity:

    • A 2003 survey from Internet Filter Review reported that 47 percent of Christians finally admit pornography is the major problem in their homes.
    • An internet survey conducted by Rick Warren of Saddleback Church in 2002 found 600,000 pastors had viewed internet porn in the last 30 days.
    • A Christianity Today Leadership Survey in 2001 reported 37 percent of pastors have viewed internet porn.
    • Family Safe Media reports 53 percent of men belonging to the Christian organization Promise Keepers visit porn sites every day.
    • One in seven calls to Focus on the Family’s Hot Issues Hotline is related to internet pornography.
    • Today’s Christian Woman in 2003 found that one in six women, including Christians, struggles with pornography addiction.
    • WorldMag.com

    The only way to save ourselves is to demand that the government, Google and Microsoft do not spend any more money on advancing internet technology, take computers away from our children until we can follow exactly what they’re doing with them, block foreign websites because they are likely to be pornographic, and to pray.

    Quite simply, there is just too much porn on the internet and it’s a threat to our souls. There is only room for one winner in this deathmatch. Either God or the porn, people!

    (This article was originally published in 2009.)

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