Animus Towards Gay Sex Means Love for Homosexuals

Apr 15, 2015 by

By John-Henry Westen, Crisis Magazine: In February, the journal Social Currents published a survey that purports to show the motivations that drive the overwhelming majority of those opposed to same-sex “marriage.” According to the research, “Nearly all respondents (90 percent) who strongly oppose same-sex marriage also believe that ‘sexual relations between two adults of the same sex’ is ‘always wrong.’” On the other side they found that “approximately five-sixths (83 percent) of responses...

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Nigel Farage: Not un-Christian to stop treatment of foreign-born HIV patients

Apr 6, 2015 by

By Patrick Sawer, Telegraph: Nigel Farage has said his comments about ‘HIV tourists’ are perfectly compatible with a religious outlook, claiming that it is “a sensible Christian thing to look after your family and your own community first”. The UKIP leader spoke out on the topic of Christianity over the Easter weekend, after his criticism of foreign-born HIV patients receiving treatment under the NHS during the party leaders’ election debate was condemned as intolerant, xenophobic and lacking...

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By lifting blood ban for gay men, FDA decides feelings are more important than lives

Jan 8, 2015 by

By Dustin Siggins, LifeSite: Just before Christmas, the deputy director of the Food & Drug Administration (FDA)told reporters that the agency had decided to lift the lifetime ban on blood donations from men who have had sex with men. While the details still have to be worked out, as does a period of public comment this year, the FDA intends to institute a one-year ban it says fits in with current evidence. And what evidence is that? According to the Associated Press: Marks said some of the...

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FDA panel won’t support eliminating ban on gay men giving blood

Dec 10, 2014 by

by Dustin Siggins, LifeSite: A FDA panel has declined to support lifting the lifetime ban on men who have sex with men (MSM) from donating blood. The ban, which has been in place for over 30 years, has grown increasingly controversial in light of groups such as the American Red Cross and the American Medical Association joining homosexual activists in saying the ban is based upon unscientific discrimination. However, supporters of the policy say keeping it in place is based on sound science...

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World AIDS Day: Christian teaching still needs to be heard

Nov 30, 2014 by

1st December is “World AIDS Day”, when this terrible disease and its continuing devastating effects, especially in sub Saharan Africa, can be highlighted again. There have been tremendous advances in the development of anti Retroviral medication over the past few years, which has wonderfully lengthened the lives of many of the estimated 35 million HIV positive people, so for example women previously with very short life expectancy can now look after their children who in the past would have...

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World AIDS Day: Christian teaching still needs to be heard

Nov 30, 2014 by

1st December is “World AIDS Day”, when this terrible disease and its continuing devastating effects, especially in sub Saharan Africa, can be highlighted again. There have been tremendous advances in the development of anti Retroviral medication over the past few years, which has wonderfully lengthened the lives of many of the estimated 35 million HIV positive people, so for example women previously with very short life expectancy can now look after their children who in the past would have...

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