Shaping the future of gospel freedoms – last chance to respond

Oct 31, 2014 by

EHRC’s ‘call for evidence’ closes today (Friday 31st October) Have you faced challenges in the workplace or in using services (e.g. hotels, hospitals, restaurants, schools, social services or shops) as a result of your Christian faith? Have you had a good experiencewhere your Christian faith has been recognised and respected? Do you run a Christian charity, organisation or business? If so, the Equality and Human Rights Commission (EHRC) wants to hear from you – and...

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Palestine still execute homosexuals. Does Peter Tatchell not realise this?

Sep 12, 2014 by

By Rod Liddle, Spectator: Peter Tatchell has been awarded an honorary fellowship from Goldsmiths University for ’47 years of LGBTI activism’ and campaigning. I’m not sure I agree with these baubles, but if anyone deserves one, it’s probably Tatchell. A good man, by and large. Tatchell has in turn passed on his honorary fellowship to Palestine, as a statement against the ‘occupation’ by Israel. Right on! Right on! Let’s just briefly compare the treatment of LGBTI people in those two...

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The Missing Link Between Binding European Law and the Political Will

Sep 11, 2014 by

From European Dignity Watch: Last week the Fundamental Rights Agency (FRA) and the European Commission presented reports on their respective annual activities regarding human rights during the first meeting of the Committee on Civil Liberties, Justice and Home Affairs (LIBE). Meeting at the beginning of the new legislature, debate at LIBE can set the tone for years to come.Unfortunately, once again we see a narrow agenda dominating the fundamental rights debate at the European Parliament —...

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Tell the Government about being a Christian at work

Aug 16, 2014 by

From Christian Concern: The Equality and Human Rights Commission (EHRC) has today launched a call for evidence as part of a major research project concerned with freedom of religion and belief in the UK. The EHRC wants to hear from individuals and organisations about how their religion or belief (or that of other people) has affected their experiences in the workplace and in using the services and facilities they need in everyday life. ‘Significant for the future of Christian...

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Law and Morality in Public Discourse: How Christians Can Rebuild Our Culture

Aug 7, 2014 by

By Charles J Chaput, Public Discourse: It’s in seeking Jesus Christ with all our hearts that culture is built and society is renewed. It’s in prayer, the sacraments, changing diapers, balancing budgets, preaching homilies, loving a spouse, forgiving and seeking forgiveness—all in the spirit of charity—that, brick by brick, we bring about the kingdom of God. Adapted from an address delivered August 6th at the Archdiocese of Toronto’s “Faith in the Public Square” symposium. In the beginning,...

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Arguments don’t have genitals

Jul 29, 2014 by

By Jonathon Van Maren, UnmaskingChoice: “As soon as he grows his own uterus, he can have an opinion.” That was a comment left on The Abortion Rights Coalition of Canada’s Facebook page by a woman who presumably opposes men speaking out against misogyny, domestic abuse, rape culture, and female genital mutilation as well. Apparently, you see, male genitals disqualify people from speaking out on various human rights issues deemed by women who define themselves by their uteruses while protesting...

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