Media Outraged Because Christian Company Donated to Christian Organizations

Conservative Tribune | 3/23/2019 | Cillian Zeal
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Chick-fil-A is a Christian company. This should hardly be a shock to anyone.

It donates to organizations, like any corporation does. Again, this shouldn’t dumbfound anyone.

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But let a charity associated with a Christian corporation donate to Christian organizations and watch everybody lose their minds.

The latest Chick-fil-A controversy involves a report from the liberal outlet ThinkProgress that says the Chick-fil-A Foundation gave $1.8 million to three organizations “with a record of anti-LGBTQ discrimination.”

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“The donations — $1,653,416 to the Fellowship of Christian Athletes, $6,000 to the Paul Anderson Youth Home, and $150,000 to the Salvation Army — actually represent a slight increase from the previous year,” ThinkProgress reported this week.

“The foundation’s funding comes almost entirely from the corporate treasury and shares leadership with the company,” it said.

Problems

So, what are the problems with this?

In the words of ThinkProgress, the Fellowship of Christian Athletes “seeks to spread an anti-LGBTQ message to college athletes and requires a strict ‘sexual purity’ policy for its employees that bars any ‘homosexual acts.'”

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You know, like Christian organizations tend to do, given that they act in accordance with biblical standards.

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As for the Salvation Army, it has “a long record of opposing legal protections for LGBTQ Americans and at the time of the donations had a written policy of merely complying with local ‘relevant employment laws.’ The organization’s website has since changed to indicate a national policy of non-discrimination based on sexual orientation and gender identity.” OK.

The most controversial may be the Paul Anderson Youth Home, a center for troubled teens that allegedly says same-sex marriage is “rage against Jesus Christ and His values.” Of course, it also...
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