• Pick of the News – Friday 19 December 2014

    Pro-abortion to pro-life - Abortion’s slippery slope - Older Australians facing poverty - SSM and free speech - Gay divorce - Asylum seeker babies - Free Asia Bibi & more...
  • 5 arguments for same-sex marriage and why they’re wrong

    We look at the 5 top arguments same-sex advocates use to pitch their story. Marriage may be broken in our society, so lets try to fix it....
  • Pick of the News – Thursday 18 December 2014

    Catholic midwives and abortions - Infanticide justifiable? - ASB and AMI - $6m drug raids - French 'covert euthanasia’ - Religious freedom in Michigan - ‘Immoral’ aid cuts - ISIS kills 150 women, girls refusing jihad marriage - Saudi Arabia: death penalty for Bibles & more...
  • Safe Schools?

    The Safe Schools Program is an activist campaign that imposes a sexual agenda on our school children....
  • Pick of the News – Wednesday 17 December 2014

    12-year-olds on ice - Assisted suicide in France - Packer’s control of BetEasy - Actual demand for SSM - Good news: Relationships in America - Victoria’s new government - Conservative women as feminists - Prayers for Sydney hostages & more...
  • How Northern Ireland is fighting the war against human trafficking

    Last week Northern Ireland joined a group of nations leading the world in prostitution policy. Dubbed The Nordic Approach, the policy criminalises the purchase of sexual services, rather than their sale. Norway, Iceland, Finland, France, Sweden, UK, Canada and now Northern Ireland have adopted these changes, which seem to be...
  • Looking back and looking forward

    Elections in Tasmania and Victoria, marriage, euthanasia, refugees, and Bill Shorten. ACL has been involved with all of these throughout 2014. Martyn Iles recaps another big year for ACL, and looks forward to the year ahead. He also shares some thoughts on the greatest news of all....
  • High Court rejects freedom of conscience case

    Last week the High Court of Australia declined to hear an appeal from a campsite who were sued for discrimination under Victoria’s Equal Opportunity Act. Christian Youth Camps (CYC) were sued by Cobaw, a community group for same-sex attracted youth, when they declined to take a booking for the group, saying...
  • How to help those in need this Christmas

    Anglicare is one of several organisations running a Christmas appeal to help bring the joy of Christmas to those in need. Sue King is Anglicare’s Director of Advocacy and Research in Sydney. In this interview she explains what Anglicare is doing, and how you can help....
  • Pick of the News – Tuesday 16 December 2014

    Why Tony Mundine can say it – Births rate rise - Xmas rape shirt - Marriage shielding heart attacks - Foreign aid down $3.7b - Budget deficit $40.4b - All asylum families off Christmas Island - Persecuted Christians - Christians respond to SYD hostage situation & more...


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