A trial that should shame all Anglicans

Mar 6, 2020 by

by David Baker, Christian Today: Remember that lovely, smiley American bishop who spoke at the wedding of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle a couple of years ago? And do you recall how he spoke so inspiringly, in the opinion of many, about love? Yes, how the words of Michael Curry, presiding bishop of the US Episcopal Church, soared with poetry in the chapel at Windsor Castle as he declared: ‘When love is the way, there’s plenty good room – plenty good room – for all of God’s...

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Over 15 million Brits oppose same-sex marriage

Mar 5, 2020 by

from Coalition for Marriage: After six years of same-sex marriage in the UK and near-saturation in state and corporate propaganda about how normal same-sex families are, it is incredible to think that millions of Britons remain unconvinced. The startling finding was made in a new YouGov poll commissioned by church same-sex marriage campaigner Jayne Ozanne. The survey showed that almost a quarter (24 per cent) of Brits are actively opposed to same-sex marriage, while a further 16 per cent say...

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Nearly half of self-identifying Anglicans support same-sex marriage – poll

Mar 3, 2020 by

from Christian Today: Nearly half of self-identifying Anglicans in England support same-sex marriage, according to a poll. YouGov asked over 5,000 people across the UK whether they believed same-sex marriage to be right or wrong. Of the 1,171 people surveyed in England who identified as Church of England, Anglican or Episcopal, 48% said that same-sex marriage was right, contrasting with around a third (34%) who said it was wrong and 18% who answered “don’t know”. The poll did...

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Two years on, where has same-sex marriage taken Australia?

Feb 19, 2020 by

by Kurt Mahlburg, MercatorNet: A couple years back during that postal plebiscite, 62 percent of Australians voted to legalise same-sex marriage. During the debate, many warned that if marriage were redefined, a host of injustices would follow. People of faith could lose their jobs, gender-fluid teaching might take over schools, and the freedom to hold a dissenting view would disappear. Those in favour of same-sex marriage dismissed this as fear-mongering. They insisted that the plebiscite was...

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Gay marriage was peak social liberalism says Guardian columnist

Feb 14, 2020 by

by Coalition for Marriage: Guardian columnist Ellie Mae O’Hagan has said that the introduction of same-sex marriage under the Conservatives was the “culmination” of social liberalism. But, she warns, the recent ‘anti-woke’ backlash shows that progressives are losing the argument. Ms O’Hagan argues that the arrival of New Labour in 1997 ushered in a new era of liberal consensus that was “so dominant and all-encompassing that almost every opinion that existed outside of it was dismissed as the...

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Putin rules out Russia legalizing gay marriage

Feb 14, 2020 by

from MSN: President Vladimir Putin said on Thursday Russia would not legalize gay marriage as long as he was in the Kremlin. He made clear he would not allow the traditional notion of mother and father to be subverted by what he called “parent number 1” and “parent number 2”. “As far as ‘parent number 1’ and ‘parent number 2’ goes, I’ve already spoken publicly about this and I’ll repeat it again: as long as I’m president...

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