CI backs church minister punished by hotel over marriage beliefs

Apr 3, 2020 by

from The Christian Institute: The Christian Institute is supporting a church minister punished by a Belfast hotel for his biblical beliefs about marriage. Revd Harry Coulter was forced to stop an event in support of traditional marriage at the Balmoral Hotel in October last year. The Institute’s legal team is helping him with his action against the hotel. Response In October last year, Revd Coulter booked a conference room at the Balmoral Hotel, Belfast, for a ‘Marriage Matters’ event,...

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LGBTQ+ Lobbies Milk Pandemic for Victimhood Payoff

Mar 31, 2020 by

by Jules Gomes, Church Militant: Pro-gay organizations are being slammed for exploiting the pandemic by claiming that LGBTQ+ people are in greater danger of contracting the Wuhan virus. Over 100 LGBTQ+ national and local charities in the United States have signed an open letter to the media and health authorities asserting that COVID-19 poses an increased risk to the LGBTQ+ population since this group is “particularly vulnerable to the negative health effects of this virus.” But...

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UK Gay Pride Parade to Go Ahead Despite Coronavirus Fears

Mar 31, 2020 by

by Paul Joseph Watson, Summit News: Organizers say a gay pride parade in Brighton, UK is set to go ahead later this year despite social distancing rules that are currently in place to prevent the spread of coronavirus. “More than 100 major Pride events round the world, including London, Birmingham and EuroPride, have abandoned this year’s events but with just 18 weeks to go, Brighton – worth around £20 million to the city – has not yet said it will cancel,” reports the Mirror. Thousands of...

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Time for a coronavirus crackdown on RSE indoctrination

Mar 31, 2020 by

by Carys Moseley, Christian Concern: Carys Moseley comments on how we can learn lessons from the health risks of sexual practices during coronavirus and apply them to our teaching of RSE. Schools across the UK are going online due to the coronavirus crisis, whilst children of healthcare and emergency workers continue to be educated in school buildings. As the new RSE curriculum is being rolled out early in ‘early adopter schools’ in England, now is the time to monitor its content and impact....

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Church of England launches first LGBTI chaplaincy service to make Christianity a ‘safe space for all’

Mar 30, 2020 by

by Gabriella Swerling, Telegraph: The chaplaincy service – which volunteers claim provides a ‘lifeline’ for some congregants – marks the first scheme of its kind. The Church of England’s first LGBTI chaplaincy service has been launched in a bid to make Christianity a “safe space for everyone”. The chaplaincy service, based in the Diocese of Oxford, features eight voluntary chaplains offering support to members of the LGBTI community in the form of a cup of coffee, a...

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Impassioned and Misleading Rhetoric against Religious Liberty – Part 1

Mar 28, 2020 by

by Rick Plasterer, Juicy Ecumenism: The Trump Administration has brought encouraging changes to America in the direction of restoring the religious liberty Americans have historically known. But the situation in today’s world can change quickly, as the coronavirus pandemic shows. This was made clear by a hearing of the House Committee on Oversight and Reform concerning the Administration’s regulations to protect religious liberty on February 27. These regulations are aimed at undoing the Obama...

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