Fiona Patten’s Charities Amendment Bill, which seeks to remove ‘the advancement of religion’ as a charitable cause will erode the ability of faith-based congregations to serve the poor and the needy, warns the Australian Christian Lobby.
Christians in Ancient Rome were regarded with deep suspicion.
They did not attend the pagan temples or participate in their rituals and activities.
These were the centres of community. Participation made you “one of us.” It granted you society’s seal of acceptance.
The Australian Christian Lobby and the Human Rights Law Alliance provided a joint submission to the Ruddock Review.
Until last week, Sky News’ Paul Murray supported the same-sex marriage campaign.
But the goodwill is fading. Speaking on his nightly program, Murray conceded what we have always forewarned: rainbow advocates are now asking for all protections for religious freedom to be “blown up.”
With Labor promising a review of protections for religious freedom, the Australian Christian Lobby today called on Opposition Leader Bill Shorten to rule out any changes if Labor wins Government.
Federal Labor’s promised discrimination commissioner for gay and gender fluid ideology will only serve to escalate vexatious, farcical and divisive cases that run against Tasmanian Archbishop of Hobart Julian Porteous, the Australian Christian Lobby has warned.
The Greens election promise to abolish protections for freedom of religion in federal anti-discrimination law was contrary to the principles of a free society and international law.
The Queensland police force has been informed through a memo from senior management that it will be endorsing the rainbow political agenda.
The Australian Christian Lobby welcomes news that a complaint against Hobart’s Catholic Archbishop Julian Porteous and the Australian Catholic Bishops Conference has been dropped today by the complainant, Greens candidate Martine Delaney.
Protesters tried to bully, jostle and shout-down attendees to the Eric Metaxas event at Scots’ Church in Melbourne on 27 April 2016. The second video shows protesters turning on each other. Is this the kind of ‘tolerance’ to be expected by the rainbow movement?
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