Naturally as a Star Trek fan, I am delighted with expectation of all the many new adventures and characters, but as a Christian, that delight is accompanied by a justifiable dread of what will surely be used as another opportunity to advance the homosexual agenda in its many varieties.
The announcement on their website just about comes right out and says we should expect such a representation.
“The brand-new Star Trek will introduce new characters seeking imaginative new worlds and new civilizations, while exploring the dramatic contemporary themes that have been a signature of the franchise since its inception in 1966.”
Any true Star Trek fan knows that after the original series, those “contemporary themes” became more and more homosexual friendly, incorporating many homosexual themes and metaphors while generally stopping short of any explicit homosexual portrayal until eventually showing a homosexual kisses in the Deep Space 9 episode "Reunion" and "The Emperor's New Cloak".
Considering the times we are now living in and the apparent control that homosexuals are exercising in corporate and networks, there will surely be homosexual storylines, and an abundance of homosexual subliminal messages throughout the series.
Those taking over the reign from Roddenberry have shown themselves to be even more anti-Christian than he was. At least Gene Roddenberry showed some restraint, and at times even a respect for Christianity. But the homosexuals and pro-homosexuals in the driver seat today at these networks are determined to destroy the concept of moral reality and replace it with a –“free for all”-“do what you want- as long as it does not hurt others”, and in fact "celebrates others no matter how sexually deprived they may be" philosophy.
CBS has named their lead person on this new Star Trek project, and the Female lead’s character’s name is Michael, the name is an evidence that they are still on the road to homosexual servitude.
“Alex Kurtzman will serve as executive producer for the series. Kurtzman co-wrote and produced the blockbuster films Star Trek (2009) with Roberto Orci, and Star Trek Into Darkness (2013) with Orci and Damon Lindelof. Both films were produced and directed by J.J. Abrams.”
For the record, Alex Kurtzman is listed on the “gay” or straight gaydar as 73% probability “gay” and according to them, 69% is a certainty of “gay”. So he is certainly not going to object to pushing homosexual progress.
On another “gay” website, a homosexual named Michael reporting on Star Trek a few years ago, complained about a popular TV evening drama that Kurtzman was involved with not having any “gay” characters. He said that when he got the opportunity to interview Kurtzman and Roberto Oric about a then upcoming Star Trek movie, he challenged them to include a truly “Gay” character. He said that he reminded them that the Star Trek franchise had a very large “gay” following who were disturbed by the lack of homosexual representation in Star Trek movies and series over their many years history.
According to Michael, both men agreed and assured him that they would be including truly “gay” characters in future Star Trek’s and would tell the powers that be at the top that they had better support them when they do. (And you wonder why they are getting their way). Where is the conservative Christian fan base shouting in the words of Captin Kirk, "Delay that order" permanently to the Star Trek brass?
I also found it interesting that Michael told them that a truly “gay” character was “the only thing missing”. He did not care to acknowledge that pedophiles and those who practice bestiality were also not represented. A connection they hate being made with their “orientation” but which is nonetheless appropriately applied. And while I am on the subject, since there has never been a true representation of a Conservative (Biblical) Christian on Star Trek, perhaps they will consider such a character, in a POSITIVE permanent role of course. We do outnumber the homosexual community after all. But then, we really don't seem to all that interested in the direction of TV as homosexuals are.
So Christian fans of Star Trek who do not have the kind of activist lobbying pleasure that homosexuals have, will have to endure some spiritually unsettling expressions from the Star Trek series in 2017. And you will have to "pay for it", (pun intended).
“The new program will be the first original series developed specifically for U.S. audiences for CBS All Access, a cross-platform streaming service that brings viewers thousands of episodes from CBS’s current and past seasons on demand, plus the ability to stream their local CBS Television stations live for $5.99 per month. CBS All Access already offers every episode of all previous Star Trek television series.”
While I may subscribe briefly to see the beginning few episodes of the new series to get an Idea of its quality, I doubt that I will go the extra mile and become a supporter of their poor taste. We as Christians must be good stewards of our God given finances and should not support that which disrespects God.