Friday, May 05, 2006

Anyone Remember What Isaias 5:20 Says? (Part II)
...and the genius of Tolkien still rings true

British Actor Ian McKellen who was launched into mega-stardom playing Gandalf in the Lord of the Rings film in 2001, has used the recognition generated by the film to forward his crusade to promote homosexuality.

Ironically, the genius behind the story which gave McKellen his current pedestal - J.RR.. Tolkien - held that homosexuality was a disorder and was a staunch defender of traditional Catholic teaching on sexual morality, according to experts on the famed writer.

Tolkien, a traditional orthodox Catholic and a daily Mass goer, expressed thoughts on human sexuality most clearly in his personal writings. In Tolkein's letter to his then-21 year old son Michael, he warned that illicit sexuality is one of the prime dangers for souls. "The devil is endlessly ingenious, and sex is his favorite subject," he wrote.

Since his Lord of the Rings fame McKellen has called on other actors to "come out of the closet", has criticized actor Will Smith for his reticence to perform a gay kiss, and insisted that Hollywood is 'homophobic'.

4 Comments:

Blogger Fidei Defensor said...

For what it's worth the guy who played Gimley the Dwarf Warrior in the movies has made a lot of public statements about the dangers of Islam to Western Civilization. Thanks to this courage I don't think we'll see him in many Holywood Films.

5:52 PM  
Blogger St. Jimbob of the Apokalypse said...

McKellan's role in 'Gods and Monsters' was an aging homosexual, waiting to die.

6:47 PM  
Blogger Paul, just this guy, you know? said...

"...and insisted that Hollywood is 'homophobic'."

Would that it were true!

4:14 PM  
Blogger Dad29 said...

...and the b*&^ch who played the White Witch (bitchwitch?) in the movie "Lion, Witch, Wardrobe" is yapping about the evil repressive Church, too..today's news.

But at least they are more honest than the Bishops who take Church PAYROLL and piss heresy all over the faithful...

1:47 PM  

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