Much if not most of the media are PC of which news.com.au is just one. Below is an article from the 17th of June, 2019 online news.com.au. Note their bias against Israel and his Christian beliefs which are Biblical! I stand with Israel Folau!
‘A video of Israel Folau doubling down on his homophobic beliefs and taking aim at the government in a church sermon, accusing it of allowing children to change their gender, has emerged on the internet.
Footage of Folau’s speech was uploaded to The Truth of Jesus Christ Church Sydney Facebook page on Sunday and shows the former Wallabies star criticising churches for allowing same-sex marriage.
Folau had his $4 million contract torn up by Rugby Australia after he was found guilty of a code of conduct breach for saying “hell awaits” gay people in a social media post earlier this year. He has since launched legal action, reportedly seeking $10 million in damages, believing he has been discriminated against because of his religious views.
Speaking to his church congregation, Folau said homosexuality was a “sin” and the result of trying to please man rather than God.
He also told an anecdote about a politician at a Christian function speaking about what “the parliament is trying to instil into the government going forward”.
“A lot of the points are, he’s talking about how the work of the sin, homosexuality, is in disguise to try and take over within this world,” Folau said.
“You see a lot of things in today’s news and everything. They’re allowing young kids in primary school to be able to have the permission to change their gender if they want by taking away the permission of their parents.
“Now they’re trying to take control as a government to make that decision for kids that are basically 16-years-old or younger. They don’t even know what they’re doing.
“This is what the devil’s trying to do to instil into this government, into this world, into this society and it’s slowly happening.”
“The sad thing is while a lot of people out there who are non-Christians say bad things about the church, a lot of churches today allow those things to happen,” Folau said.
“They say that a man and a man should be allowed to get married and there’s nothing wrong with that. This ties into the theme of pleasing man rather than pleasing God and standing up for the truth.
“If there’s ever a time to stand up for the word of God, now is the time.
“Otherwise the truth of God will be slowly taken out and it’s our job as born-again Christians to stand up for God, not be scared of persecutions, sufferings.”
Folau, whose bitter dispute with Rugby Australia has cost him a place with the Wallabies at this year’s World Cup in Japan, alluded to his stoush with his former employer as he talked about the “awkward” position born-again Christians are put in when their beliefs differ to those of their families and colleagues.
However, he said it was important to stay strong in your faith.
“You might be the only born-again Christian in that workplace, you might feel a bit awkward with your co-workers because they are in the world and you’re not. We should feel blessed … because God has called us,” Folau said.
“If we’re true believers in Christ, are we going to follow through and confess it wherever we go, or are we going to be too scared because we might be cast out of our workplace because we’re not liked by those around us?”’ https://www.news.com.au/sport/sports-life/israel-folaus-fresh-attack-on-homosexuals-transgenders/news-story/a415b2eaca3d7da107e0fa5a3f420151