October 15, 2007
Disney Bans God From "The Ten Commandments" Movie Ads
We were stunned when we learned that Radio Disney has required that the words “chosen by God” be removed from advertising it airs to promote the new Promenade Pictures film, The Ten Commandments. The ads originally stated that Moses was “chosen by God.” An email from Radio Disney to a media buyer about requiring the censorship is posted online at www.LC.org, along with an audio of the original ad and the censored ad.
On its website, Radio Disney promotes other movies with references to mythical gods, Tiki gods, Navaho gods and animal gods. Radio Disney claims to be the “ultimate music environment for kids and families.” Their actions offends families who believe that Moses was chosen by the God of the Bible.
Read our News Release for details about this great movie and for more information on Promenade Pictures and its leadership team, Frank Yablans and Cindy Bond. We had the pleasure of meeting Cindy Bond at a church showing on Saturday and were impressed by her sincere commitment to bringing positive Biblically-based films to Hollywood.
Frank Yablans, CEO of Promenade Pictures, reported to Liberty Counsel, “We were told to delete the reference that Moses was ‘Chosen by God.’ Who does Disney Radio think chose Moses – Tinkerbell?”
The Ten Commandments will start showing in theaters nationwide on October 19. It has already been previewed on Daystar satellite television network and in more than 70 churches. The previews start with Liberty Counsel Founder and Chairman Mathew D. Staver appearing in a 3-minute video explaining the importance of the Ten Commandments. We encourage you to show your support for the Ten Commandments by going to see it as soon as it comes to your community.
Liberty Counsel is launching a petition drive to ask Radio Disney to stop its ridiculous censorship of the word “God.” Be sure to check our website at www.LC.org sometime tomorrow for details! Pass this email to your entire address book.
Watch Liberty Counsel's 3-minute video on the importance of the Ten Commandments. (Download the free QuickTime player for Windows or Mac, at http://www.apple.com/quicktime/download/ and watch the video).
Watch the movie trailer.
Listen to the original movie ad that Promenade Pictures wanted to air on Radio Disney.
Listen to the movie ad that Radio Disney agreed to play because it censored "chosen by God" and replaced it with "from Promenade Pictures."
See the email from Disney that required censorship of "chosen by God," which is shown below:
Help Liberty Counsel "Defend the Ten"
You can learn more about Liberty Counsel's defense of the Ten Commandments at www.DefendTheTen.org, and you can join with us to share the message that God's law is the foundation of man's laws.
A friend of Liberty Counsel has made available a very unique Ten Commandments bracelet to our supporters. This attractive stainless steel and 18-karat gold bracelet has ten links, each separated by a replica of a Torah scroll. On the outside are the Roman numerals for the numbers 1-10, with an abbreviated version of the Ten Commandments on the inside.
This beautiful high-quality bracelet (available in three sizes to fit men, women and children) retails for $138, but is available for your gift of only $60 or more to Liberty Counsel. Call 800-671-1776 to order by credit card, go to our online store.
You can also make your gift though our secure donation center at https://donatelinq.net/donate/donate.asp?mid=LibertyC4u, but you must make a note in the comment box at the time that you donate to let us know that you want the bracelet.
Please join with us and defend the Ten Commandments. Your monthly commitment of $10, $50, $100 or more can help.
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