II. Black University Employee Suspended for Objecting to Comparison between Black and Homosexual Dis...

May 7, 2008 by

‘Soft "coersion" produces no martyrs to disturb anyone’s conscience, yet it is highly effective in chilling the speech of ordinary people’. Maggie Gallagher, ‘Banned in Boston’, Weekly Standard, May 2006.  ‘There will never be a problem if one keeps clear of where the problem is.’  John Nolland, God, Gays and the Church, February 2008  Crystal Dixon has not kept her head down and her mouth shut – and she is...

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MPs demand abortion limit is slashed back to 20 weeks in bid to save 2,500 babies every year

May 6, 2008 by

From the Daily Mail MPs will today begin a fight to cut the number of abortions by limiting a woman’s right to have a termination for ‘social reasons’. They claim that up to 2,500 lives a year would be saved if the upper limit for social abortions was reduced from the current-24 weeks to 20. The cross-party group, led by Tory Nadine Dorries, says 200 MPs have pledged to vote with them when the issue goes to Parliament at the end of the month. Today they will launch their...

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Today MPs vote on free speech amendment to'gay hatred' law

May 6, 2008 by

PLEASE PRAY THAT ATTEMPTS TO OVERTURN THE AMENDMENT WILL BE UNSUCCESSFUL. From The Christian Institute The Government will attempt to overturn the free speech amendment to the ‘homophobic hatred’ offence in the Commons on Tuesday (6 May), official sources say. The amendment was passed in the Lords on Monday 21 April. It makes clear that criticising homosexual practice or urging people to refrain from such conduct will not, in itself, be a crime. If MPs vote to overturn the...

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Marriage Debate: How SSM leads to 'special rights'

May 5, 2008 by

From IMAPP I’ve been corresponding with some people who complained to me that people like myself who want to keep the present definition of marriage are abridging their rights. I’ve been responding that same-sex marriage advocates are actually the ones limiting people’s rights. In Boston, if your church has a deeply held moral belief that children need both a mother and a father, and you want to help parents adopt, you are required to either violate your principles or to stop...

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Archbishop Gregory Venables addresses convention in Fort Worth

May 4, 2008 by

From Anglicans United and Latimer Press Ed. Note: This has been a week of great contrast. I spent last Monday with the Presiding Bishop and listened intently to her thoughts about the institutional church. This morning, I sat as a guest in Fort Worth with Archbishop Venables, whom I have met many times before. He spoke with love and clarity about the risen Lord, Jesus Christ, the authority of Scripture and the challenges before all Christians, those within churches and those without. The...

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'Gays' shut down discussion of faith

May 4, 2008 by

From World Net Daily  By Bob Unruh   A discussion on religion, homosexuality and therapy that had been scheduled during the American Psychiatric Association’s annual meeting in Washington has been shut down following an attack by a "gay" publication on some of the people planning to participate. The symposium called "Homosexuality and Therapy: The Religion Dimension," had been in the plans for months at the APA convention in Washington, and was to feature...

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