Persecution in America

Tim Cook Apple's Openly Gay CEO Talk About Censorship and Sin

December 13, 2018

Tim Cook, Apple's openly gay CEO, defended his company's banning of certain speech or news media on Apple's platforms when they "violate the values of the company." He said that not banning what is "wrong" is irresponsible and "a sin."

Cook said, "We believe the future should belong to those who use technology to build a better, more inclusive, and more hopeful world. I believe the most sacred thing that each of us is given is our judgment, our morality, our own innate desire to separate right from wrong. Choosing to set that responsibility aside in a moment of trial is a sin."

"The only thing is, as sinful human beings, we don't get to define morality or sin according to our own desires, preferences, or agendas," Franklin Graham pointed out. "Tim Cook can't; I can't; and you can't.

Sin and morality has been defined by the God of the universe. God and God alone. God's Word, the Bible, is the standard by which questions of good and evil, and right and wrong, are determined," Graham continued.

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