What do we worship?
If aliens from another planet were to conduct a research expedition to earth, tasked with answering this question, what would they come up with?
They might ask people, but I doubt the answers would match up with what the aliens saw all around them. Various gods would be offered up as objects of worship. Some would say, “I’m spiritual, just not religious.” Others would claim to worship nothing.
But the evidence speaks louder than words.
New research from La Trobe University shows a shocking rise in sex selection abortions within ethnic groups in Victoria, the Australian Christian Lobby said.
New data shows that progressive abortion laws risk becoming eugenic in nature the Australian Christian Lobby said today.
Queenslanders will be shocked to learn the Queensland Law Reform Commission report on termination of pregnancy laws states that in some circumstances doctors should be forced to perform abortions against their conscience.
Proposed legislation by the Queensland government today to allow abortions on unborn children who can feel pain has been opposed by the Australian Christian Lobby.
While some pro-abortion advocates push the Queensland government to remove all restrictions on abortion in our State, a vigil to honour the women, men and children who have been harmed by abortion in Queensland was held last week, Thursday 12th July, outside one of Brisbane’s abortion clinics at 383 Wickham Terrace.
At the weekend Queensland LNP state conference passed an important motion rejecting any attempt to change the current abortion laws, a move that is supported by Australian Christian Lobby.
A move by the Tasmanian government to increase funding to Pregnancy Counselling and Support Tasmania is welcomed by Australian Christian Lobby.
PCST provides free crisis and grief counselling, support service referrals, pregnancy testing, home help and baby clothes bundles to pregnant women and girls, their babies and the fathers involved.
The views on abortion held by half of the candidates contesting the seat of Darling Range suggest that there may be a generational change taking place in the way people view abortion.
Moves this week for parliamentarians to vote on motions requiring abortions to be mainstreamed in public hospital system are premature, says the Australian Christian Lobby.
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