The Bible presents the Gospel — the "good news" — of Jesus Christ. According to YouTube, this good news may constitute "hate speech."
Christianity Daily reports:
Big Tech company YouTube is now attacking Christian content and tagging it as "hate speech," with its recent censoring of Grace Community Church Pastor John MacArthur's sermon.
WND reported that YouTube removed MacArthur's sermon last Sunday because it allegedly contained "hate speech" for citing the Bible and for stating a scientific fact, particularly about the male and female body.
"Our team has reviewed your content, and, unfortunately, we think it violates our hate speech policy. We've removed the following content from YouTube: 'There is no such thing as transgender. You are either XX or XY. That's it,'" YouTube told MacArthur.
Biblical truth is no longer popular in our society, but it is still truth. Your children, your friends, and your community need to hear the good news of Jesus Christ. YouTube executives might muzzle John MacArthur's videos, but they can't prevent you from speaking out…yet. Take the opportunity today to stand for truth; your courage could not only impact decisions by government officials and powerful organizations, it could make an eternal difference in someone's life.