UK’s first permanent LGBT rainbow road crossing unveiled in London

Aug 22, 2019 by

by Faye Brown, Metro: A rainbow road crossing made up of colours of the Gay Pride flag has been unveiled in London. The crossing outside Brockwell Park in Herne Hill has been installed by Lambeth council to ‘show solidarity with the LGBT+ community’. It is the first permanent pride crossing in the UK and follows in the footsteps of other major cities including Vancouver, Sydney and Paris. People are being encouraged to share images on social media with the hashtags #WeAreLambeth and...

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UK school exams have become a Stalinist test for ‘halal’ orthodoxy

Aug 22, 2019 by

by Andrew Tettenborn, Rebel Priest: Before the Iron Curtain fell, schoolchildren in eastern Europe quickly learned to toe the correct party line, whatever they might actually have thought. If they expressed the wrong political views in schoolwork or exams, then however clever they might otherwise be they knew perfectly well that they would face penalties and would never get on in life. This could never happen in England today, could it? Don’t be so sure. A story that hit most of the papers...

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Is the Church an Instrument?

Aug 22, 2019 by

By Trevin Wax, The Gospel Coalition: In several articles (see the most recent here), I’ve been interacting with Mark Galli’s series “The Elusive Presence,” which makes the point that in our zeal for doing good things for God, our love and passion for God Himself has been eclipsed. I resonate with this diagnosis of the malaise within evangelicalism. At our best, evangelicals constitute a renewal movement within our denominations and churches. Losing “the love we had at first”—the problem for...

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Student chapel numbers beat regular Sunday worship figures

Aug 22, 2019 by

from Christian Today: University students are attending chapel services at a higher rate than the rest of the population, challenging the notion that young people aren’t interested in church. Fifty-four Anglican college chapels across Durham University, Oxford and Cambridge were surveyed by the Church of England, with data being received from 40 of them — four at Durham, 19 at Oxford and 17 at Cambridge, The Times reports. The figures showed that there were twice as many students making...

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Getting away with murder

Aug 22, 2019 by

from Voice for Justice UK: In 2018 in the UK there were 657,076 live births in England and Wales .  In the same period there were 205,295 abortions.  Taken together, this means that one in four pregnancies ended last year in abortion. So why, one wonders, are abortion activists so intent on making abortion legal up to birth?   Are there not enough abortions already?  And do they really believe women’s human rights are being abused and that they’re being denied choice?  Or is there something...

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How Publicly Funded Colleges Encourage Dangerous Sex With Porn, Condoms, And Lies

Aug 22, 2019 by

by Kara Bell, The Federalist: At the University of Wisconsin-Madison, I was led behind closed doors to watch a performance depicting how “all white people are racist,” and asked to raise my hand if I identified with a point of privilege, such as being “white, English-speaking, or straight.” This inherently racist propaganda is only topped by university-funded programs like Sex Week, where facilitators snort and giggle as students stuff their pockets full of free colorful, glow-in-the-dark, and...

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Is Drag Is Drag Queen Story Hour A Cultural Crisis or Not? The Massive Restructuring of the Entire Moral Universe in America

Aug 22, 2019 by

by Albert Mohler: The New York Times recently reported a story that began this way, “Once upon a time at a public library in San Francisco, a drag queen arrived at story time and read to the children she met there.” The story continues as written by Liam Stack, “The children, no strangers to playing make believe, had fun and soon the idea of drag queens hosting story time spread to New York.” As Stack explains, “It was an unconventional idea both for the normally...

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China’s parliament rules out allowing same-sex marriage

Aug 22, 2019 by

from Reuters: Limiting marriage to a relationship between a man and a woman will remain China’s legal position, a parliament spokesman said on Wednesday, ruling out following neighbouring Taiwan in allowing same-sex marriage, despite pressure from activists. Taiwan’s parliament passed a bill in May that endorsed same-sex marriage, after years of heated debate over marriage equality that has divided the self-ruled and democratic island. China, which claims Taiwan as its territory, has a...

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President of Brazil to Remove LGBT Influence from Public Schools

Aug 22, 2019 by

from Activist Mommy: While many governments are kowtowing to the demands of the LGBT mob, there are some leaders who have decided to boldly put their foot down and return to truth and tradition. One such leader is the newly elected Brazilian President, Jair Bolsonaro. Back in February of this year, he announced his plan to “revise textbooks in public schools and eliminate references to homosexuality, same-sex ‘marriage,’ and violence against women.” LifeSite News reports: There are also...

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Court Of Appeal Upholds Ealing Council’s Censorship Zone To Suppress Pro-Life Vigils

Aug 21, 2019 by

from SPUC: SPUC has condemned the decision of appeal judges to uphold the enforcement of a censorship zone around the Marie Stopes abortion clinic on Mattock Lane, Ealing. In a decision issued today, Appeal Court judges have rejected a challenge to a High Court ruling upholding Ealing Councils’ buffer zone around an abortion clinic. “This is a tragic decision which dangerously infringes democracy and blocks women from receiving support from pro-life vigils” said John Deighan, SPUC’s deputy...

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