While many of us (over 28,000) in fact, have signed ACL’s open letter of support to Israel Folau, Peter and Kath Stevens along with their friends have gone a step further and actually stood in public for Izzy. Last Saturday Peter and a group of friends stood near the busy Blackwood roundabout in Adelaide with a sign “Freedom of Speech in Chains.”
The Australian Christian Lobby continues to stand with Israel Folau and maintains that he has a right to express his beliefs.
“The decision by Rugby Australia means that quoting a bible verse is now considered a high-level breach against their code of conduct,” said ACL managing director Martyn Iles.
“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.
The Australian Christian Lobby welcomes the recent announcement that the federal election will be held on 18 May.
The Australian Christian Lobby has expressed deep disappointment with Rugby Australia over plans to sack Israel Folau just for stating his beliefs.
The Australian Christian Lobby stands with Israel Folau and supports his right to express his beliefs.
The Australian Christian Lobby regrets the Tasmanian parliament has been overcome by ideological debate, ensuring the Transgender activists obtained everything on their wish list.
The Australian Christian Lobby today expressed disappointment with the decision by the High Court to uphold criminal convictions against Kathy Clubb and Graham Preston under exclusion zone laws.
The Australian Christian Lobby is extremely concerned what the new Tasmanian compelled speech laws could mean for other Australian jurisdictions.
The Australian Christian Lobby has expressed disappointment that the Justice and Related Legislation Bill 2018, which allows for unlimited gender changes to be recorded on birth certificates passed the second reading stage in the Tasmanian Legislative Council in an 8/6 vote. The bill will be debated, clause by clause, today.
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