The Australian Christian Lobby has today criticised an ad promoting organ donation for its comedic depiction of Jesus.
In 2016, then Health Minister Cameron Dick revealed to the Qld Parliament that in the previous 11 years over 200 Qld babies had survived abortions, but these babies were left to die after birth, and sadly this number was increasing. Queensland Health confirmed that if a baby survives an abortion procedure and is born alive, life-sustaining care is not given to the baby and it is left to perish in the clinic. Children by Choice also commented on the statistic and said that the decision may be because of a foetal abnormality yet we know that this is not the case for all the aborted babies.
The Australian Christian Lobby today called on South Australian Parliamentarians to enact legislation prohibiting abortion after 24 weeks gestation.
Delaying the release of the Ruddock Review shows that the Morrison government are committed to doing a good job rather than a quick fix on religious freedom, said the Australian Christian Lobby.
The Australian Christian Lobby has welcomed the release of the Ruddock Review recommendations and now looks forward to the Morrison Government’s response.
Details of the Ruddock Review made public today by Fairfax Media reveal a mixed bag of recommendations for people of faith, says the Australian Christian Lobby.
The Australian Christian Lobby welcomes a recent statement by the Hon Fred Nile MLC that he will push for time to debate and vote on his bill named Zoe’s Law, which will establish a separate offence for conduct causing serious harm, or death to an unborn child.
The High Court of Australia will today begin to consider what is set to become one of the most important cases in our nation’s history for both freedom of speech and the pro-life movement.
On Tuesday 9 of October, one of the most important cases for both freedom of speech and the pro-life movement will be brought before the High Court of Australia.
The Australian Christian Lobby welcomes comments made by university chancellors calling for free speech to remain on campuses.
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