A Northern Territory government committee is currently considering decriminalising possession and use of illegal drugs.
The ACT Legislative Assembly yesterday passed legislation allowing women to access abortion drugs like RU486 from a General Practitioner.
The Australian Christian Lobby’s spokesperson Wendy Francis said, “Abortion drugs such as RU486 are not only harmful to the unborn child, but also to women.”
The largest petition in well over a decade was tabled today in the Queensland parliament.
With 39,261 signatures, it shows that an inordinately large number of Queenslanders are extremely concerned about Jackie Trad’s radical abortion bill.
The Australian Christian Lobby welcomes comments by Human Right’s Commissioner Ed Santow that it’s worth considering a code of conduct that ensures freedom of speech is respected on university campuses.
It’s difficult to come up with a more controversial topic than gender.
The controversy is not limited to the public square. It is the same in the church.
But I’ll never forget the insight of a wise friend of mine. He observed that, if the Australian church were to undergo widespread revival, these matters “would no longer be controversies to be avoided, but glories to be discovered.”
Concerns have been raised by the Australian Christian Lobby’s state director Peter Abetz as the debate surrounding euthanasia in Western Australia continues to grow.
The Australian Christian Lobby welcomes Prime Minister Scott Morrison’s call to enact legislation on religious freedom.
Reports at the weekend that children in Western Australia seeking to transition has gone up 350 per cent in the last four years highlights a worrying national trend, says the Australian Christian Lobby.
A bill to allow altruistic surrogacy access for single men and male same-sex couples will remove the fundamental right of a child to know their biological parents and denies the right to have a mother figure in their lives, warns the Australian Christian Lobby.
The Australian Christian Lobby today welcomed news that the Lord’s Prayer will remain an important part of the federal Senate standing orders after the Procedures Committee found there was no reason to change it.
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