The Australian Christian Lobby welcomes Prime Minister Scott Morrison’s call to enact legislation on religious freedom.
Jesus told us to be lights in the darkness, and salt in the earth. What does that mean? And does it include political engagement?
This week on Voice for Values Martyn Iles interviews Hon Kevin Andrews MP about culture. Specifically, the Judeo-Western culture we enjoy in Australia, the freedoms which underpin it and current cultural influences that are undermining those freedoms.
On this week’s Voice for Values, ACL’s Managing Director Martyn Iles and Executive Director of Christian Leadership of Canada, Derek Ross continues to discuss about how changes to legislations, including to Freedom of Religion laws have affected the plight of all religious people in Canada.
After yesterday promising to hold the event it is disappointing to hear the University of WA has now cancelled Dr Quentin Van Meter’s speech, said the Australian Christian Lobby.
Dr Van Meter is an American paediatric endocrinologist expert who believes the transgender movement is based on ideology rather than science.
ACL’s state director Peter Abetz said; “It’s a sad fact that we now live in a world where universities are denying free speech and opinion.”
“Universities were a place of robust debate and open discussion, now they just pander to offended people who cannot engage with those who hold conflicting ideas.”
“Dr Van Meter is an international expert on transgenderism who should be allowed the freedom to speak just like anyone else,” commented Mr Abetz.
The Australian Christian Lobby urges UWA to reinstate the event and uphold the inherent freedoms of speech and opinion.
Are concerns about religious freedom just scaremongering? Or in the light of the same-sex marriage vote, should the church be concerned about freedom of religion, conscience and thought in Australia?
Religious freedom – the Ruddock Review is complete and the government policy on this could be released as soon as next week.
The Australian Association of National Advertisers (AANA), facing increasing backlash from the community, have launched their latest virtue signaling attempt, announcing that they are “tightening” their code of ethics to prevent negative gender stereotyping.
If it wasn’t so serious, it would be a joke.
No doubt most of you have now heard about the absurd new campaign being promoted by the Victorian Department of Health and Human Services.
Council of the Aging (COTA) has called elder abuse an epidemic in Australia.
They suggest rates of abuse could be as high as 10% of older Australians.
Let that figure sink in for a minute.
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