Friday, November 22, 2013

Gays & Atheists Demand Air Force Fire Evangelicals

When the atheist advocacy organization Military Religious Freedom Foundation and myriad homosexualists learned that Dr. Michael Rosebush, a Christian who believes that homosexual behavior is sinful and that faith in Jesus Christ redeems us from sin, has been employed at the Air Force Academy since 2009, they joined in a chorus calling for his termination.

For background, read Air Force Engages War on Christianity and Persecutes Believers and also read Air Force Drops God; Army Admits Training Labeled Christians as Terrorists

In addition, click headlines below to read previous articles:

President Obama's Army Says Christians are Worst Terrorists

President Obama's Pentagon Says Following Jesus' Command is a Court Martial Offense

President Obama Grants 'Reparations' to Homosexuals via Military

Also read the History of Christians Not Wanted as Employees

UPDATE 12/19/13: Air Force & Navy Take Orders from Atheists

-- From "Academy's Hiring of Anti-gay Author Draws Ire" by Leo Shane III, Stars and Stripes 11/21/13

Gay rights advocates are demanding Air Force Academy officials explain why they hired a controversial anti-gay author as part of their ethics program, saying his views are offensive and potentially destructive.

Mike Rosebush, who now works as a research analyst for the academy's Center of Character and Leadership Development, was hired by the academy in 2009, before the military's "don't ask, don't tell" law was repealed.

The same year, he published "Sanctification Coaching: Sexual Purity and Peace for Christian Men with Same-Sex Attractions." The book advocates using Christian teachings and prayer to overcome "wicked desires" like homosexual urges, and charts Rosebush's own "struggles" to turn away from a gay lifestyle.

Before that, Rosebush was an active leader and speaker at numerous "conversion therapy" organizations, which maintain that same-sex urges can be overcome through discipline and prayer.

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From "US Air Force Academy statement on the hiring of Dr. Rosebush" posted at MSNBC 11/19/13

In his current capacity, Dr Rosebush has been involved with the design and execution of MOSAIC Personalized Coaching. The MOSAIC program develops growth in areas related directly to the Air Force’s Core Values and the Air Force’s Institutional Leadership Competencies, to include Respect for Human Dignity, Humility, Duty, Honesty, Care for Others, Taking Care of People, etc. The Academy’s Mosaic program is based on best practices from executive coaching in industry and academia. The program has been validated by the Jon C. Dalton Institute on College Student Values, earning its 2013 Best Practices Award, and has generated requests by outside corporate agencies for application to their organizations.

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From "Air Force Academy employs Focus alum and 'conversion therapy' champion" by Pam Zubeck, Colorado Springs Independent 11/20/13

Rosebush has actually spent a good share of his career at the academy. After graduating from there in 1975, he taught a core psychology course on campus from 1982 to 1985, the academy says via email. In 1989, he completed a doctorate in counseling psychology from the University of North Carolina, which included a dissertation titled, "Behavioral observation scale for a subordinate appraisal of supervisory performance at the U.S. Air Force Academy."

He then returned to the academy from 1988 to 1992, teaching courses on leadership and marriage and family. He was named an "outstanding instructor" during that time, the academy reports.

In 1990, he became a Licensed Professional Counselor in Colorado; he would often practice over the phone. In 1995, he retired from the military and joined Focus on the Family, the Colorado Springs-based Christian organization notorious for LGBT intolerance.

During 10 years there, he was a vice president and directed a college program in the Focus on the Family Institute, according to biographies issued by the National Association for Research and Therapy of Homosexuals (NARTH) and the website

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From "Academy official under fire for past work promoting 'recovery' for gays" by Stephen Losey, Staff writer, Air Force Times 11/19/13

In a statement, the academy said Rosebush “does not and will not evaluate or counsel cadets,” and “has had no interaction with cadets at any time since he was hired in 2009.” Rosebush last interacted with cadets during his previous employment at the academy, which went from 1988 to 1992. During that period, Rosebush worked in the academy’s directorate of education and taught a course on marriage and family and a behavioral science core leadership course, and he won an outstanding instructor award, the academy said.

He also was named the Cadet Wing “civilian of the year” by the commandant of cadets in 2011.

The Amazon summary says Rosebush was the professional counselor’s network director at Exodus International, the now-defunct ex-gay ministry.

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Also read President Obama's Veterans Administration Strips Jesus & Bible from Chaplains