‘The sexual revolution is remorseless’: Christian Today’s interview with the new head of the Coalition for Marriage

Sep 21, 2017 by

by James MacIntyre, Christian Today:

Britain’s leading conservative, pro-family organisation, the Coalition for Marriage, has just appointed a new campaign director who spent the past four years not in the UK during a time of considerable change, but in Nigeria, working on an infrastructure development programme provided to the federal Government there.

‘It was often hard work but very rewarding and I feel blessed to have spent so much time in a country for which I came to form the deepest love and respect,’ Thomas Pascoe tells Christian Today.

While the 31-year-old was out there, however, this married former newspaper man – he was previously an assistant comment editor at the Telegraph – was keeping an increasingly concerned eye on the British media.

‘In the end I came back because every time I opened a newspaper or a website from home and read about radical changes in respect of marriage and family life I hoped someone would do something about it,’ he says. ‘Eventually I realised that I needed to do so. Thanks to the support of my wife and family, as well as the patience of the team at the Coalition, I am now in place and thoroughly enjoying myself.’

The Coalition for Marriage, or ‘C4M’, is the UK’s largest pro-traditional marriage organisation with hundreds of thousands of supporters. It was established in 2012 to oppose what it calls ‘government attempts to redefine marriage and promote the traditional definition of marriage as being between one man and one woman, to the exclusion of all others and for life’.

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