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The complaint here came from Iglesia ni Cristo preachers and members who deeply loathed Soriano and his church.

The Court’s decision will not be a victory for the children but for the Iglesia ni Cristo, finally enabling it to silence an abhorred competing religious belief and its practices.

Here, no parent has in fact come forward with a complaint that his child had heard petitioner Soriano’s speech and was harmed by it.

The Court cannot pretend that this is a case of angry or agitated parents against Ang Dating Daan.

Third, Soriano did not tell his viewers that being a prostitute was good.

He did not praise prostitutes as to make them attractive models to his listeners.

What is more, since this case is about protecting children, the more appropriate penalty, if Soriano’s speech during the program mentioned was indecent and had offended them, is to raise his program’s restriction classification.

Yung putang babae ang gumagana lang doon yung ibaba, [dito] kay Michael ang gumagana ang itaas, o di ba! Michael was a man, so he could not literally be a female prostitute.Its real meaning is that Michael was acting like a prostitute in mouthing the ideas of anyone who cared to pay him for such service. The Bible itself uses the word “prostitute” as a figure of speech. Here, however, there is no question that Soriano attacked Michael, using figure of speech, at past in the evening, not at in the afternoon.“By their deeds they prostituted themselves,” said Psalm 1 of the Israelites who continued to worship idols after God had taken them out of Egyptian slavery. The average Filipino child would have been long in bed by the time Ang Dating Daan appeared on the television screen.Under this test, when particular conduct is regulated in the interest of public order and the regulation results in an indirect, conditional, partial abridgment of speech, the duty of the courts is to determine which of the two conflicting interests demands the greater protection under the particular circumstances presented.An example of this is where an ordinance prohibits the making of loud noises from p.m. Can this ordinance be applied to prevent vehicles circling the neighborhood at such hours of night, playing campaign jingles on their loudspeakers to win votes for candidates in the election?

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