The West Australian Greens this week launched their latest push to remove religious freedom from Christian schools and organisations.Read more
The latest push by outgoing senator Lee Rhiannon to replace the Lord’s Prayer continues the Greens ideological attack on Christianity, says Australian Christian Lobby.
The Greens strategy of removing any symbol of the Christian faith is disturbing.Read more
Why is it that so many ideas that we once took for granted, ideas about what it means to be human, be male and female, be compassionate, are all being challenged?Read more
“The first thing that a totalitarian regime tries to do is to get at the children, to distance them from the subversive, varied influences of their families, and indoctrinate them in their rulers’ view of the world.”
Those words were penned by five judges of the United Kingdom Supreme Court in 2016.
It is astonishing that they felt the need to use such language about a law which had passed the Scottish Parliament. That is, a democratic government with a great pedigree of freedom – not, in fact, a totalitarian regime.Read more
You may know of the upside down crosses on Hobart’s foreshore through the media reports. MONA is holding its annual winter arts festival, celebrating all things dark including spiritually dark.Read more
There are days when I wonder if my right to practise law will be taken from me simply because of my Christian beliefs.Read more
In a matter of weeks, the long-awaited recommendations from the Ruddock Religious Freedom Review will be publicly released.Read more
At his trial, Martin Luther famously said, “…to go against conscience is neither right nor safe.”
The conscience is a person’s moral sense of right and wrong. It is one of the things that distinguishes humans from animals – the innate (and automatic) tendency to judge ourselves against some higher standard.Read more
What does the current religious freedom debate mean to the education of your kids and for the survival of Christian faith-based schools?Read more
When is the limit on free speech too much?
It’s a question often asked and has been raised again in NSW. A bill has now passed the Upper house which will see Exclusion Zones implemented around abortion clinics in NSW.Read more