Don’t let “Cultural Marxists” win the sex education battle

Mar 21, 2019 by

by David Kurten, Rebel Priest: In the current relentless push to normalise transgenderism and same-sex parenting to the youngest of primary school children, dissenters to the new normal are smeared and discredited for being intolerant and non-inclusive. A recent article on the subject entitled ‘Don’t Let Bigots Win Sex Education Battle’ draws the obvious inference: if you dissent, you are a bigot to be fought and silenced. This has sparked a conflict as inevitable as it is striking: the...

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Pause for thought – RSE vote delayed

Mar 21, 2019 by

from Voice for Justice UK: Thank you to those who contacted their MPs, urging them to vote against approval of the draft of the RSE Regulations currently before Parliament. There is the first faint glimmering of light through the trees! At the Commons debate on the RSE Regulations last night, when the motion was put to the vote there were conflicting shouts of ‘Aye! and ‘Nay!’… and then the dramatic happened!  Philip Davies entered the Chamber at the very last second and shouted,...

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The world may be getting better, but not for increasingly abused Christians

Mar 21, 2019 by

by Gavin Matthew, The Scotsman: Every year, the charity Open Doors publishes their “World Watch List”; the definitive list of the places where Christians face the most severe persecution. The 2019 list contains some familiar names, but also some surprises. The fact that the rollcall of shameful governments is headed by North Korea is a surprise to no-one; it has occupied this position of notoriety for 18 years. For the Christian minority, persecution is severe, but precise statistics about the...

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Glasgow Students for Life wins legal battle for affiliation to Students’ Union

Mar 21, 2019 by

from SPUC: A victory for free speech! Glasgow’s students union has said it will allow a pro-life student society to officially affiliate, after it was forced to admit that refusing the group permission breached equality law. A long saga Glasgow Students for Life (GSL) first applied to the Students’ Representative Council (SRC) for affiliation in October 2018. They were denied permission the following month. Following this rejection, GSL submitted an equality complaint, arguing that the...

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A Review of Augusto Zimmermann’s Christian Foundations of the Common Law

Mar 21, 2019 by

By Bill Muehlenberg, CultureWatch. Without Christianity the West as we know it would not exist. It is impossible to separate the many goods of Western civilisation and the massive influence of biblical Christianity. This is true of every area of life, including the West’s legal tradition. Augusto Zimmermann is one of Australia’s premier Christian thinkers and law professors as this three volume-set clearly demonstrates. In nearly 600 pages the Perth-based academic provides us with a...

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Home Office quotes bible verses to ‘prove’ Christianity is not a religion of peace as it rejects asylum bid by Iranian convert

Mar 21, 2019 by

By Joe Middleton, MailOnline. The Home Office turned down a Christian convert’s bid for asylum in an ‘unbelievably offensive’ letter quoting bloodthirsty passages from the bible to prove Christianity is not a religion of peace. The Iranian national claimed asylum in 2016, but was turned down, with Home Office officials saying his conversion from Islam was ‘inconsistent’ with his claim Christianity was a peaceful religion – by highlighting violent passages...

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Therapy Bans: Why Freedom of Worship is not Freedom of Conscience

Mar 21, 2019 by

by Michael Davidson, Core Issues Trust: When X Factor Malta contestant Matthew Grech met Malta Gay Rights Movement (MGRM) activist Gabby Calleja who is also Head of the government’s Human Rights and Integration Directorate, we get the clearest indication yet of the nature of the conflict around “conversion therapy” and the purpose of therapy bans. Malta is something of a window in this regard. Therapy bans oppose the Biblical prohibition on homosexual acts, and as such represent an opposing...

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How Legalized Abortion Renders Us Impotent in the Fight Against Radical Islam

Mar 21, 2019 by

by Cassandra Chambers, American Thinker: Each faith has its own rules for right behavior to which non-members are not bound.  My Jewish friends don’t care if I eat a pork chop.  Whether or not non-Catholics eat a steak on Ash Wednesday or don’t go to church means nothing to me.  It’s one of the glories of our country that we respect these differences.  Tolerance and mutual respect help us live together in peace, but they constitute the seed of relativism with which every...

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Female student files civil rights complaint over boy in girls’ locker room

Mar 21, 2019 by

by Calvin Freiburger, LifeSite: Attorneys representing a female high school student in Pennsylvania have filed a federal civil rights complaint, challenging the practice of forcing girls to change with gender-confused boys on sexual harassment grounds. On March 14, the Law Office of Andrew H. Shaw filed a complaint with the U.S. Department of Education’s Civil Rights Division regarding Honesdale High School’s handling of a complaint by a 15-year-old sophomore. “It was the second week of...

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Godlessness is reaching epidemic proportions

Mar 21, 2019 by

by Howard Green, Christian Post: Imagine the world with no rules, accountability, or consequences for evil actions. This image is one where people take a life with no remorse. It is a place where life savings are greedily stolen, women and children are abandoned, and even basic respect that was afforded to a mother and father is absent. This place of our worst imaginings is one fraught with lawless, heartless, and treacherous people who are concerned with no one but themselves. That would be a...

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