|Neil Patrick Harris with his DWTS partner.|
One Million Moms, the online network of Christian moms dedicated to eradicating the immoral media influences on children, have initiated a new campaign against DWTS -- Dancing with the Scientists. Dancing with the Scientists is the online sensation that has been rocking the geeky nerdy world as of late. Famous actors assume the identity of great scientists throughout the ages and are teamed up with professional dancers. Each week features a new routine and online voters decide who stays and who goes home. The show's goal is to incorporate science education in a fun and fresh format. Many fans fondly recall Neil Patrick Harris' portrayal of Alan Turing explaining the thought process behind creating the first generation of computers as he was swing dancing.
However, One Million Moms, is not happy with the direction of the show as of late.
One Million Moms demands that the YouTube channel Dancing with the Scientists must be altered or taken off the internet completely because it blasphemes against the one and true God. On the show Dana Carvey has been spewing forth anti-Christian evolutionary dogma while in the guise of Charles Darwin. The internet is simply not safe for children with such talk like, I cannot persuade myself that a beneficent and omnipotent God would have designedly created parasitic wasps with the express intention of their feeding within the living bodies of Caterpillars, or To kill an error is as good a service as, and sometimes even better than, the establishing of a new truth or fact.
Please think about the children for a moment, and the effects such strong language will have upon their young impressionable minds.
Moral moms need to stop the internet from spreading anti-Christian and pro-scientifc YouTube videos as quickly as possible. The marketplace of ideas has become too free, and the godly must not idly sit by while our civilization slides into atheist filth.So far One Million Moms have been organizing a letter writing campaign against DWS via snail mail since none of them have been able to figure out how to send an email.