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Normalizing sin for the kiddies: A Prince marries a Knight in new children’s book

cedric2Usually the hero in the fairytale slays the dragon and marries the princess, and the two live happily ever after. But in a new children’s book, The Bravest Knight Who Ever Lived, the would-be princess bride is rejected by the hero, who wants to marry his male love interest instead. And the whole kingdom celebrates in a lavish homosexual wedding.

Here’s how author Daniel Errico describes his e-book:

CedricCedric grew up poor and honest on a pumpkin farm, and dreamt of becoming a knight. One day he showed his courage by tricking a would-be carriage thief, and earned the chance to make his dream come true.
After years of training, Cedric set off to find an adventure of his own by battling a fire-breathing dragon to save a prince and a princess. However, it’s after the adventure that Cedric revealed that he’d like to marry the prince, and not the princess.
The Bravest Knight Who Ever Lived is a modern fairytale which sets out to prove that sometimes the bravest thing you can do is choose for yourself how your fairytale ends!

This is how the homosexual agenda is marketed to young children. This video will make you angry, but please understand that the agenda simply will not stop even if you turn off the television and homeschool your children.

At about 6 minutes in, the fairy tale takes a grim turn, and an entire kingdom celebrates sin.


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6 Responses to “Normalizing sin for the kiddies: A Prince marries a Knight in new children’s book”

  1. Joe #

    lyn, doesn't it also say that the greatest of them is love?

    May 18, 2015 at 3:48 PM
  2. Concerned Parent #

    Oh no! I would much rather have my children grow up feeling confused, out of place, and alone than have a way to discuss things they might be feeling. Perhaps they will even be driven to ending their life and ridding the world of another corrupt being. Hopefully the afterlife will be even more judgmental and strict because they won't have a way to escape and will have to convert to our righteous beliefs.

    June 27, 2014 at 11:47 AM
  3. Cedric Fisher #

    Well, my name is Cedric, I'm not a knight, and I've been married to a princess for 35 years. I believe in Jesus Christ, Son of God, Savior, Lord, and soon coming King. I believe that marriage is between a man and a woman. I believe that homosexuality is a sin.

    March 17, 2014 at 10:05 AM
  4. Richard #

    yet another reason media is becoming the enemy of God. while i get literally 600 channels of TV i find myself watching maybe a few of them during the week since much of the programming is godless or just plain useless. we need to be very careful on what we allow ourselves and our children to watch on TV and the Internet because the devil has a strong foothold in the content being created. even shows that are considered rated G have questionable content for elementary school age children. we should let God's Word dictate ratings and not some secular organization who's primary goal is to maximize eyeballs for those who pay their salaries.

    March 14, 2014 at 7:41 AM