“I am not ashamed of the gospel, for it is the power of God for salvation to all who believe…” (Rom 1:16)
There was once a society very similar to our own.
Children were seen as a burden. They were routinely left to die in the hours after their birth, for the convenience of their parents, in a primitive abortion-like practice.
Just because a law exists in a statute or precedent does not make it right.
Psalm 94:20 speaks of “wicked rulers… who frame injustice by statute,” making a clear distinction between what is right, and what is law.
Most people resonate with that idea.
“Seek first the kingdom of God and His righteousness, and all these things shall be added unto you.” (Matt 6:33)
It’s budget night. The election is about to be called.
The government couldn’t be happier about the timing, because many people vote with their hip-pocket.
I call heaven and earth to witness against you today, that I have set before you life and death, blessing and curse. Therefore CHOOSE LIFE, that you and your offspring may live!
What started as a Bill to harmonise Tasmanian laws with the federal change to the definition of marriage has become the eye of the gender ideology storm.
There are two main issues currently on the agenda in WA’s parliament.
Both have serious implications for families, human dignity and could significantly shift what our state considers to be compassionate.
Last week the Victorian Labor government announced that they would consider removing the recital of the Lord’s Prayer before parliament deliberates.
The move followed comments made by Fiona Patten of the Reason Party.
“A great informative day-we will-God willing-be at the next conference”
“Speakers were very good. Particularly impressed by the presentations of Chelsea Pietsch and Corey Bernardi…”
“Thank you very much for today. It was a great encouragement as a sister in the Lord...”
This was just some of the feedback we received after Salt + Light 2019, the second SA ACL state conference.
Some weeks back, James Boyce penned an opinion piece for The Monthly titled, “the Devil and Scott Morrison.”
Boyce “outed” the Prime Minister’s beliefs in a personal Devil, the return of Christ, the fall of man, and the depravity of the unregenerate soul, to name a few.
To which I say this: if that’s what it takes to be “outed” as a fruitcake, then put me on the fruitcake menu.
These are nothing more than timeless, mainstream Christian beliefs.
The issue comes with what Boyce claims to be the implication of these beliefs.
"I’ve had the privilege of being able to operate on little babies that were 25, 26, 27, 28 weeks’ gestation, and I can guarantee you they can feel. They can react. You have to give them anesthesia if you’re going to cut them, believe me. But they can also respond to comfort and to warmth. And for somebody to say that’s a meaningless bunch of cells, honestly, is just totally ignorant.” - Dr Ben Carson
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