Nebraska’s Black Football Coach Ron Brown Attacked For Asserting Homosexuality Is A Sin (Video)

Here we have a perfect example of how the Liberal agenda is incompatible with the freedom of religion and speech. This also shows how true Civil Rights are in danger if gay activists are not stopped in hijacking what a true minority is. One of the assistant football coach’s at Nebraska had the courage to stand by his conviction and state publicly that homosexuality is sin, and now the thought police are after him. From the Christian Post:

University of Nebraska’s assistant football coach, Ron Brown, a committed evangelical Christian, has been under public scrutiny and is facing calls for his dismissal after he expressed his beliefs on homosexuality during an Omaha City Council meeting in March.

The late March meeting was held by seven board members to discuss a proposed anti-discrimination ordinance that protects homosexual and transgender students attending the university – an ordinance which Brown argued against.

In his three-minute address to the council, Brown questioned the “discernment” of the board members, insisting that trying to protect one group would mean another group has to lose protection.

The assistant football coach then shared that he believes the Bible says homosexuality is a sin. He added, however, “No matter which way you go, it’s going to be an unprotection [sic] because it’s man’s opinion. So the real question I guess I have for you all is – what does God say?”

Brown added, “The question I have for you all is, like Pontius Pilate, what are you going to do with Jesus? Ultimately, if you don’t have a relationship with him, and you don’t really have a Bible-believing mentality, really, anything goes… At the end of the day it matters what God thinks most.

“For those of you on this council who have a relationship with Christ, and you know if you do, you will be held to great accountability for the decision you make.”


Typical Liberal reaction to this calls for Brown to be fired.

Shortly after his speech, Barbara Baier of the Lincoln Board of Education reportedly wrote to administrators at University of Nebraska requesting that they fire Brown for his comments.

The university’s leadership has tried to distanced itself from Brown’s comments, with Chancellor Perlman telling The Associated Press that the coach’s statements do not reflect the beliefs of the university.

Brown, 55, continues to stand by his Christian convictions in spite of criticism over his remarks.

“To be fired for my faith would be a greater honor than to be fired because we didn’t win enough games,” Brown told The Associated Press.

“I haven’t lost any sleep over it. I realize at some point, we live in a politically correct enough culture where that very well could happen,” he added.

Gay activists should stop reducing their identity to a sexual act. People are so much more than who they sleep with, to base a movement on sexuality is absurd. Will members of true minorities stand by and let gay activists persecute them for standing against the notion that their sexual activity is the same as their ethnicity? I sure hope not.

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14 thoughts on “Nebraska’s Black Football Coach Ron Brown Attacked For Asserting Homosexuality Is A Sin (Video)

  1. 1. The chancellor and the university want to distance themselves from his comments. Good for them. That means Brown is out of step with the values of the institution in which he is working in. Perhaps he should leave.

    2. Gay activists can "reduce" or upgrade their identity to what ever they want. It's their identity and not yours and thus none of your business. Worry about your own identity and stop trying dictate what others should identify themselves as.

    3. People have the right to start a movement based on what ever they want it to be about. If you don't like the Society of Toe Lickers then tough. Get over it. It's none of your business.

    4. Lastly, you don't get to define who is and is not a "true" minority. That is reserved for the groups themselves.

    5. Discrimination on the basis of sexual orientation is wrong and illegal and also written into federal law.

    • Thank you Burll! Those 5 things are what I have been trying to get through to Todd ever since I joined this blog.

    • 1. The chancellor and the university want to distance themselves from his comments. Good for them. That means Brown is out of step with the values of the institution in which he is working in. Perhaps he should leave.

      So no differing of opinion at universities. Force conformity of thought. Sort of makes the whole higher education thing a joke if no one can disagree anymore.

      2. Gay activists can "reduce" or upgrade their identity to what ever they want. It's their identity and not yours and thus none of your business. Worry about your own identity and stop trying dictate what others should identify themselves as.

      Their attempt to hijack what real identity is, is my business since it impacts my kids. No way will I stand by and not say anything about the radical redefinition of what it means to be a member of a true minority. Homosexuals are not a minority. They can stop being, stop engaging in homosexual activity. No member of a real minority can do that.

      3. People have the right to start a movement based on what ever they want it to be about. If you don't like the Society of Toe Lickers then tough. Get over it. It's none of your business.

      No. If I don't like it, I can oppose it. They can start the North American Man/Boy Love Association and if I don't like that, I can do something about it.

      4. Lastly, you don't get to define who is and is not a "true" minority. That is reserved for the groups themselves.

      Groups can be wrong. At least some people of minority groups have a problem with the assault by gay activists, others are compromised on the issue.

      5. Discrimination on the basis of sexual orientation is wrong and illegal and also written into federal law.

      In this case with Brown, it was about special protection. No need for special treatment.

      • You should meet my Grandpa. He's all about anti-miscegenation. He still swears society is going to hell for allowing inter-racial marriages. Gays though; he doesn't care about that because he believes Jesus sent AIDS into the world as their punishment so he doesn't worry about them. He wants punishment for inter-racial marriages. He's wrong, and he's also 91 years old (as if that is any kind of an excuse). But what is your excuse? It would be very interesting to be a fly on the wall in which you are arguing with granpa that gays are worse for society than inter-racial marraiges while he argues the opposite. I supose the good news is that most people arn't like grandpa anymore and most won't be like you either; if not already.

  2. How would you like it Todd if I started saying that you weren't a "true Christian"? Or that your identity as a Christian is solely based on a certain act? You aren't the decider of human identity, so stop acting like it. What Brown did was wrong. He openly discriminated against Gay people which, as Burll stated, is against the law. The university SHOULD distance themselves and Brown SHOULD step down for his comments. If he was discriminating against any other groups he should have to do the same. There is no place in this world for people like him. It always hurts me to see marginalized people discriminating against other marginalized people. It's like we have forgotten that we are in the same fight and that we need to stand together, not tear each other apart.

    • "There is no place in this world for people like him" From the mouth of babes. The tolerant will always tolerate the deception, lies, perversions and deviancies of those with whom they agree and have affinity, but woe to the one with whom they disagree, who holds to a truth other than theirs. Soon enough, you will have your wish and there will be no more truth to hold back the tide of anarchy and all of the violence, depravity, and tyranny that man is capable of will, for a short time, reign supreme in the world. Have fun.

    • And we should have the freedom to defend our views and argue them in public. But this is not allowed by those advocating conformity of thought, speech and religion. No disagreement is allowed anymore. The thought police come after dissenters like Brown. You don't support the freedom of speech and religion if you side against Brown on this.

      There is no place in this world for people like him.

      No tolerance and open mindedness in that statement. Just round us up already and put us in some "Christian Ghetto" and get it over with.

      • If you and Cmorplante can't see the bigger picture then that's your problem. I really could care less about what this guy believes. Everyone has the right to their own personal thoughts, but when you start treating people differently/negatively because of WHO THEY ARE you cross the line. So if there isn't any tolerance or open mindedness in my statement, fine. Because I know you wouldn't want someone treating you differently because of who you are so don't do it to others.

    • This is an extreme misconstruction of the word discriminate. Brown did not discriminate, he expressed an opinion. His viewpoint does not fit the liberal agenda narrative, therefore the PC indoctrinated liberals are crying foul. He is not even asking for discrimination, he only asked for gays to have equality under the law. Giving gay students special protection is discrimination. It debases and devalues education, which should be the only agenda at a university.

  3. As far as I can read from the posted article this coach posted his opinion. It said nothing about him discriminating against any person or group of persons.

    What makes his opinion of a group of people any less valid then yours or mine? If he believes the Bible and the God of the Bible and frames his mind around that then what makes his opinions based on that wrong? What foundation makes it wrong to you, other then your own opinion? And if your opinion is valid why isn't his?

  4. Todd, do you even know how to make a logical argument? Do you know what a fallacy is? I ask because this "argument", and I use the term loosely, is one giant fallacy. It's called a red herring. No where in the articles itself is this chalked up to the "Liberal agenda". I even went to the Christian Post article…and CP is notorious for red herrings. Don't like what is going on, blame liberals…

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