Remembering the contribution of ancient Jewish values to Western civilization, Voices of the Silenced highlights the goals of sexual politics and the silencing of views opposing the return to the pansexual cultures of the pre-Christian Graeco-Roman world. It listens to the voices of 34 individuals, extraordinary in their ordinariness, including witnesses to the experience of leaving homosexual practices and feelings. It explores how sciences become the servants of ideology using examples from history, mental health policy and archaeology.
Filmed in 7 countries and in more than 50 locations, the documentary interviews 15 individuals who are emerging out of homosexual lifestyles and a further 18 commentators on the subject, including those who explode the myth of neutral secularism and expose its dangers for society broadly and for Christians specifically.
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Something momentous is underway in Western civilisation. In the space of a few decades, sexual politics has become the dominant driving force re-shaping our social relationships, reinventing our understanding of ‘equality’ and toppling cherished beliefs that brought Europe and America into the modern era. Judeo-Christian values and the sexual ethic they gave to the world have been displaced by a new orthodoxy informing our schools, our courtrooms and even our churches. This new and influential secularism, claiming to be neutral and non-religious, is establishing itself at an unprecedented pace, in the heartlands of power, led by a ruling elite with an agenda determined to end Judeo-Christian influences.
Voices of the Silenced reminds us that the Christian Gospel, whether or not equated to personal faith, has influenced western civilisation so profoundly that even the secularists today build on its legacy and, without self-examination, fail to acknowledge the pivotal and enduring influence of Christian teaching.
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All over the world there are men and women who experience transformation in their lives, and who no longer identify as “gay” nor describe themselves as homosexual. They are empowered to abstain form unwanted behaviours and may experience the diminishing of unwanted homosexual feelings. They reject the idea that their ‘orientation’ is innate and immutable.
It is clear that ideology can distort opportunities for human freedom, and this is also the case in our understanding of human sexuality. If we label behaviours, as identities and categories of human existence, thereby claiming people are born gay, the danger is that we predispose any individual, whether adult or child, to an identity and destiny over which there is no choice. But it is clear in historical perspective as Voices of the Silenced shows, that ideologies change, just as societies change and what our cultures teach us may well not be the best way for us to live our lives.
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‘Voices of the Silenced”, a project of Core Issues Trust, has been in production since June 2015. The documentary is a non-commercial, private venture and made as an investment towards preserving and promoting teachings on sexual ethics uniquely entrusted to the church of Christ by its ancient forebears, the faithful Jewish people.
Re-tracing the coming of the Gospel to Europe, filming has taken place extensively in Campania in Italy at the ancient sites destroyed by Vesuvius in 79 AD, only 9 years after the destruction of the Temple in Jerusalem at the command of Titus when Vespasian was Emperor. Contemporary research is considered, challenging Tertullian’s claim that there were no Jesus-devotees in these towns at that time. Enduring memorials in the Roman Forum to this period of history and of course the Jewish contribution to the building of the Colosseum is highlighted when filming in the City of Rome.
The film crew also visited Poland, the USA, Germany, Ireland and England engaging with voices and contributors from 9 different nationalities: each with a similar message – sexual identity is a personal, private matter and the rights of individuals to leave unwanted homosexual practices are sacrosanct: despite any political demand or restrictive measures imposed by society.
Luther and Reformation Memorial, Germany
Rashi Shul, 11th Century Synagogue, Germany
College Green, Westminster London
Corrie ten Boom House, Haarlem, The Netherlands
Alliance Conference, Texas
Fred Williams is an independent film maker from the UK, where he lives with his family. His
Nigerian connections mean that he has experienced first-hand the effects of radical Islam, a
subject on which he has written for a range of newspapers and online articles. He has
worked closely for several years with Christian Concern, a UK advocacy group concerned to
reflect Christian values in the public space.
Fred has extensive experience in film-making and news reporting. In addition to music
video production for both commercial and Christian promotion, he has produced several
documentary-type pieces. For the past few years he has produced regular television programmes
across Africa and the UK like RIOT Reloaded and Christian Weekly News, offering contemporary
insight and commentary on national and international events in the UK region.
In his role as a human rights advocate Fred is co-founder and director of LOVEBACK, a charity
promoting justice and peace in which he uses creative arts including drama to promote tolerance,
respect, forgiveness and justice.
As Creative Director in the current production of Voices of the Silenced, and in
addition to camera and sound work alongside second cameraman Peter Wooding, Fred also
handled the post-production at Icontowers Studio in Essex, along with a graphic artist.
Voices of the Silenced was produced by Mike Davidson, PhD. Dr Davidson is CEO of Core Issues Trust in the United Kingdom.
Previously he worked in professional development in three UK universities, and one in South Africa. His doctoral studies are in education, and his undergraduate degrees were in theology, ancient history and Biblical Studies. He also completed studies for the pastoral ministry, and continues to assist those seeking support and help, whether from faith-, no-faith or other faith backgrounds.
He works for the rights and freedoms of those wishing to leave homosexual practices and feelings. In 2014 he was removed from the British Psychodrama Association’s register, at the instruction of the United Kingdom Council for Psychotherapy, having expressed the view on a BBC programme that autonomous individuals have the right to receive professional help to support their choice to leave unwanted homosexual practices. No client complaint was ever made against him. He was told, “you may re-apply to continue training should you consistently cease to promulgate your current opinions.” He continues to support individuals now abandoned by the professions in the matter of unwanted sexual feelings and behaviours, in London and Belfast.
He works in close association with individuals in many countries.
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