By Lee Duigon
March 21, 2013
As the U.S. Supreme Court psyches itself to redefine the age-old and divinely-ordained institution of marriage, public school authorities and students in South Hadley, Massachusetts, put on a little play called “The Most Fabulous Story Ever Told.”
The weekend performance by the public school is a mockery of the Holy Bible from a sodomite/lesbian point of view. It’s supposed to be funny. Ha, ha: Adam and Steve in the Garden of Eden, plus a lesbian pair, and so forth. Makes you want to break out in guffaws, doesn’t it? There’s even a scene in which Adam has sex with an animal, aboard the Ark. Don’t take my word for it; see a rave review.
Despite receiving thousands of protests from all over the country, and the efforts of live protesters outside the theater, the public school went ahead and did it anyway.
The flagrant blasphemy is obvious. More needs to be said about the hypocrisy of so-called educators.
Head of School Scott Goldman, a pinhead with intellectual pretensions, told the news media that putting on a play that mocks the Bible is “consistent with our philosophy”—I’m sure it is—and that not to stage it “would go against the grain of our unique, artistic, and intellectually rigorous PVPA community.” PVPA stands for Pioneer Valley Performing Arts, described in the school’s own website as “A Public School Dedicated to Academic and Artistic Excellence.” In other words, it costs more than the regular public schools.