On Saturday, December 3, the TFP Washington Bureau was filled with friends and supporters who braved a blustery winter night to hear a presentation on the hard-hitting book just authored by the TFP Committee on American Issues, Rejecting The Da … Continue reading
When Terrence McNally’s work Corpus Christi shows at the University of Nebraska’s Studio Theatre on December 1-3, it will generate plenty of controversy and negative publicity. Wherever it is staged, the blasphemous play, which portrays Our Lord Jesus Christ and … Continue reading
As part of campaign against Dan Brown’s The Da Vinci Code, the American Society for the Defense of Tradition, Family and Property (TFP) is holding promotional talks for its new book. During the November 4-6 weekend, American TFP Vice President … Continue reading
When art is offensive, it is only natural that those offended protest – all have the right to speak out freely. And yet it is ironic that those “artists” that produce such works protest when people protest. They even cite … Continue reading
Few things merit more rejection than affirming that which is not true. Such an act offends the object of the attack and betrays the trust of those who hear it. The gravity of the offense is magnified when the object … Continue reading
On Sunday, October 16, protesters gathered outside Unity Village in Lee’s Summit, Missouri where “Gnostic fiction historian” Margaret Starbird spoke about a Saint Mary Magdalene quite different from that of Church tradition. Ms. Starbird is cited as a significant influence … Continue reading
While The Da Vinci Code book is a nationwide bestseller with plenty of publicity, not much is known about the film version of the novel. In a measure that appears to avoid controversy, the movie company is keeping the movie … Continue reading
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