Leaders of the rainbow political movement have been urged to stop using slurs like “bigot” and “hater” in the wake of their failure to condemn the latest LGBTIQ-inspired violence.Read more
Just one year after marriage was redefined in Colombia, three gay men have successfully gained legal recognition for a threesome “family”, sparking warnings it would be difficult to resist this in Australia.Read more
A new law in Ontario, Canada, threatens to take children from “abusive” parents who do not agree with them changing their gender.Read more
New totalitarian rainbow law in Canada has decreed that parents who disagree with their child changing gender are guilty of “abuse” and could face having the state remove their child by force.
I kid you not.Read more
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.Read more
On this week’s episode of Voice for Values, ACL managing director Lyle Shelton packs-in two weighty interviews from his trip to Budapest, Hungary.
In part one, Lyle chats with Lila Rose from pro-life organization Live Action about the defunding of Planned Parenthood in the USA and the work of the Centre for Medical progress in exposing the lies of abortionists. Lila shared with Lyle the work of Live Action in providing “smart, compelling, facts” for people around the world to educate about the horror of abortion.
When asked about 9.5 million dollars of Australian Aid going to IPPF affiliates in the Pacific, and Foreign Minister Julie Bishop’s attempt to say the money won’t be provided for abortion, Lila said “if you give money to abortionists, you give money to abortion.”
She even had a message for the Australian Government: “Stop giving money to those that make a mockery of women and kill children committing human rights abuses… Any friend of abortion should not receive a single cent of international money”.
In part two, Lyle chats with Robert Lopez, one of the petitioners who filed an Amici Curiae brief in the Obergefell v. Hodges case, the case which led to redefinition of marriage in the USA.
Lopez was raised by his mother who was in a same-sex relationship and shared with Lyle his concerns about same-sex parenting and growing up without a father. “That is not an experience that I could in good faith allow the state to impose unnecessarily on other people, it is a loss,” he said.
They also discussed the growing intolerance from the same-sex lobby to anyone who disagrees with same-sex parenting and the redefinition of marriage.
“I never anticipated that the gay community would become as aggressive as it became, not only about raising their children after a divorce, but also going to adoption agencies and expecting to be given a child as a right.”
Lopez articulated the beauty of God’s design for human sexuality: “Christianity tells a story about what our purpose is sexually and what we were designed for. It’s a story that makes sense. It’s a story that is true and it’s beautiful. The idea of finding a helpmate, of the other half of humanity and coming together and becoming one flesh and flourishing, that’s something that you’re denying yourself if you go into this very enclosed claustrophobic world of homosexuality… Even if they feel an urge or an appetite, that is not what your soul yearns for.”
Listen to the podcast below.
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.Read more
In just two weeks, almost 30,000 people have signed a petition to the Senate calling on Senators to allow the people to speak on marriage.Read more
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.Read more
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.Read more