The marathon marriage campaign ended this afternoon at 4.30pm. After three months, thousands of Coalition for Marriage volunteers downed tools. We all feel a bit sad today – it has been such a bonding experience.
In what could be a line from St Paul, neither perpendicular middle fingers, banners cut down nor screamed abuse from passing hoons has been enough to deter our magnificent Freedom Team volunteers from chasing every last vote.
The Australian Christian Lobby has written to Sydney’s Inner West City Council ahead of tonight’s council meeting asking them to reject staff recommendations to use ratepayers’ money for a celebratory LGBTIQ picnic and mardi gras float.
We all know that it is getting harder to be a Christian in today’s political and cultural environment. What should our response be? Should we withdraw into a new form of monasticism? Or shall we learn from the apostle Paul to go about turning the world upside down?
Parental rights to keep their children free of radical LGBTIQ sex and gender theory in the classroom will be a major issue for the November 25 Queensland election.
The kids are okay. Shut up. That’s the message from the same-sex marriage movement.
To argue for the right of children to be able to know the love and nurture, wherever possible, of their mother and father is simply bigotry, hatred and ignorance.
The Australian Christian Lobby has called on the Yes Campaign to condemn the latest humiliating purge of tennis legend Margaret Court.
The Northern Territory Government has revealed that schools are being invited to participate in the radical gender fluid so-called Safe Schools program, but have stopped short –for now- of making it compulsory.
Today’s endorsement of the Dean Smith bill by the Labor caucus demonstrates that the only way Australians can truly protect their freedoms is to vote ‘no,’ the Coalition for Marriage said today.
Abridged version of an address by ACL’s Lyle Shelton to the National Press Club in September 2017.
The same-sex marriage debate is charged with emotion for many people. At the height of the AIDS crisis in 1980s America, when gay men were dying like flies, people representing Christian organisations said some very hateful and hurtful things. It was a generation ago but wounds remain for our friends in the LGBTIQ community.
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