Apple has caused quite a stir allowing an ‘anti-gay’ app in the App Store.
The Manhattan Declaration, which states its a “call of Christian conscience,” is inviting users to take a stand against gay marriage by signing a 4,700-word declaration penned by Christian clergy, scholars, and others.
Users can also take a short, 4-question survey that includes questions such as “Do you support same sex relationships?” or “Do you support the right of choice regarding abortion?” Answer “yes” to either of the above and you’ll be told you replied incorrectly.
Apple even gave the app a 4+ rating meaning that the App Store found the app to contain no objectionable material.
The creators of the Manhattan Declaration responded to the “radical liberals” against their app saying, “These radicals often pollute the debate with ranting. They rant about ‘equal rights,’ without explaining how homosexuality deserves it, ‘women’s rights,’ without explaining how women have a right to kill their child, and even ‘hateful Christians,’ without showing instances where we hate.”