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article imageINSP TV Network To Air Series Addressing The Silencing Of Christians In The USA

By Pamela Jean     Mar 3, 2008 in World
Titled "Speechless ... Silencing the Christians", the 13 week series examines the growing anti-Christian bias throughout the nation. The American Family Network is also showing the series online and states that the first episode received 40,000 hits.
Each half-hour episode is hosted by commentator and author Janet Parshall and features various stories of Christians that have experienced persecution because of their faith. It also includes comments and observations by those arguing their cases in court and defending the cause in the mainstream media.
AFA president Tim Wildmon says the series is meant to inform and equip Christians.
"People need to watch the video and then join groups like the American Family Association that are getting Christians together to stand up and fight back and be aware and take action," Wildmon urges. "There is power in numbers -- and so if we can get more people to join efforts like the AFA and other groups, that's the way they can make a difference."
The website at makes the following statement regarding the series: Americans are at greater risk of losing their basic freedoms today than ever before in the history of this nation. Political correctness and the voice of the liberal minority are undermining the morals and values of mainstream America.
Renowned author and commentator Janet Parshall takes you on a journey across the country to meet citizens who have been arrested for speaking out at a public rally, students who are being forced to attend classes that require them to recite verses from the Koran and to stage their own jihad and activists pushing social tolerance to such an extreme that the Bible itself is being labeled “hate speech.”
The series is shown weekly on the INSP network, and also on i-Lifetv. You can obtain more information, as well as watch the series online at
An interview with LeAnne Burnett Morse, the executive producer of the series is available here.
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