The battle to preserve marriage in Australia has been a roller coaster ride.
The past week especially so.
The Australian Christian Lobby is concerned about the use of violence and intimidation, including the charging of police lines, during a protest by same sex advocates last night in Melbourne.
Same-sex marriage activists engaging in intimidation and lawlessness should also be targeted in the Turnbull Government’s legislative crackdown on like behaviours in the trade union movement.
It’s been a violent week. Actually, it’s been a violent few years.
Islamist terror attacks in London, Paris, Brussels, Manchester, Sydney, Melbourne and in too-numerous-to-name cities of Asia and the Middle East are sadly becoming the new normal.
If same-sex marriage activists were serious about gay rights they would be campaigning to have Etihad Stadium renamed and for Qantas to drop its partnership with Emirates, Australian Christian Lobby Managing Director Lyle Shelton said today.
The merciless persecution of tennis super-star Margaret Court is designed to do one thing and one thing only.
It is to make an example of her for the rest of us.
As same-sex marriage activists called for tennis great Margaret Court’s name to be removed from the Margaret Court Arena, I was attending the 11th World Congress of Families in Budapest, Hungary.
The consequences for freedom of speech carried through the same-sex marriage political movement has come into sharper focus this week, according to Australian Christian Lobby Managing Director Lyle Shelton.
Silence from us pesky Christians is what elites want.
We have no business putting forward an alternative vision for marriage and gender, we were told not once, but twice this week.
All Australians should have the freedom of speech to participate in the debates about redefining marriage and whether teaching children their gender is fluid is acceptable, according to the Australian Christian Lobby.
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