Big Tech Amazon, Apple removes Christian books about overcoming homosexuality
Years ago, Amazon removed “ex-gay” books written by Christians. The authors promote “freedom from homosexuality.” In short, Amazon doesn’t want Christians to tell their story of redemption in Christ. “You are banned. Banished. Purged. Canceled,” said Dr. Michael Brown.
Digital Book Burning
Amazon bans these books because they say the message of the book violates their content guidelines. Big Tech giants Amazon and Apple label these books as “offensive” to the LGBTQ community.
- The controversial Christian book ‘Restoring Sexual Identity: Hope for Women Who Struggle with Same-Sex Attraction,’ written by Anne Paulk, was banned. [AFA]
- The Christian book Desires In Conflict, written by pastoral counselor Joe Dallas was banned. [Dallas]
- Catholic books by David Robinson and psychologist Joseph Nicolosi were removed. [CP]
- Ryan Anderson, author of When Harry Became Sally: Responding to the Transgender Moment, was banned. Apple store did the same thing. [All Sides]
I hope you’ve already bought your copy, cause Amazon just removed my book “When Harry Became Sally: Responding to the Transgender Moment” from their cyber shelves…. my other four books are still available (for now). https://t.co/cnMGZV1L0A— Ryan T. Anderson (@RyanTAnd) February 21, 2021
Amazon is not alone in censoring and canceling Christian-based books
The day Trump left the White House, Big Brother Tech canceled Parler and deactivated thousands of mostly conservative Christian accounts accused of “misinformation.”
In February 2021, President Biden proposed the Equality Act of 2021, which is seen as “anti-Christian” values.
Dr. Seuss’s book canceled
The following month, six Dr. Seuss books to stop being printed as Biden cuts author from “Read Across America Day.” These books portray people in ways that are hurtful and wrong, left-liberal claims.