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This week's "Truth Academy" in Chicago to cover all aspects of fighting the homosexual agenda in America.

All-star speakers from around the country

Event being threatened by homosexual activists

POSTED: July 30, 2010

Arguably the most comprehensive training on fighting the homosexual agenda in the United States ever put on is being held this week, Thursday, Aug. 5 - Saturday, Aug. 7 in Chicago.

The "Truth Academy" has been organized by Americans For Truth about Homosexuality (AFTAH) president Peter LaBarbera. (LaBarbera was the featured speaker at the MassResistance Banquet last March.) It includes an all-star cast of speakers from across America, including Matt Barber, Arthur Goldberg, Ryan Sorba, Greg Quinlan, Laurie Higgins, Prof. Rena Lindevaldson, Prof. Robert Gagnon, and Cliff Kincaid.

          AFTAH 'Truth Academy' Curriculum and Speakers Schedule

The three-day Truth Academy will cover a wide range of topics. If you're in the Chicago area next week, this is an incredible opportunity. There is still some room to register. Videos of the various classes will be available.

Prof. Robert Gagnon, considered the world's leading authority on the Bible and homosexuality, will be giving three lectures at the Truth Academy.

[Note: MassResistance is on the Academy's permanent faculty, and we will be participating in future training events.]

"Gay Liberation Network" planning massive protest to disrupt event

According to reports from Chicago this morning, the radical homosexual hate group Gay Liberation Network has organized a massive protest of the event and will attempt to disrupt it. They've apparently set up a Facebook page to coordinate their efforts with over 200 (and possibly 400) homosexual activists who have committed to participate.

          LifeSite News: "Truth Academy vs. 'Gay' Thought Police"

These fascist tactics are all too common with the homosexual movement. AFTAH is attempting to enlist the local authorities to protect the event and participants. Unfortunately, police are increasingly reluctant to protect citizens from enraged homosexual activists, and at best simply serve as a buffer, as we've seen here in Massachusetts on many occasions. We are hoping that the Illinois law enforcement agencies are more willing to stop these terrorist actions.