The Australian Christian Lobby has consistently called on the Federal Health Minister Hunt to support a full independent inquiry into a recent spike in children undergoing irreversible gender treatment and surgeries.
The Herald Sun newspaper asked the Australian Christian Lobby to comment on the professional suspension of Doctor Jereth Kok.
After leading the break-up of a global online child sex ring, Australian Federal Police have this week echoed the Australian Christian Lobby’s warnings to protect children online.
Doctors and other children’s advocates will be disappointed in Health Minister Hunt’s refusal to support calls for a full inquiry into the spike in referrals of children for transgender therapies and surgeries, the Australian Christian Lobby maintained today.
As global COVID-19 pandemic responses unfolded, the Australian Christian Lobby repeatedly warned the South Australian government not to override state abortion laws. With a live debate underway in Parliament, now is not the time to make abortion more prevalent and more dangerous for women.
The Australian Christian Lobby has supported Israel Folau’s freedom to express his beliefs on social media as a test case for other Australian Christians.
A child has been exploited in prostitution in Melbourne, according to charges laid against Melbourne brothel operators. The case coincides with the Andrews Labor Government review into removing criminal penalties for sex work.
As Christians, we are called to take the message of the Gospel to others in our society. But how can we best do this when that message is obscured by media bias or simple lack of interest? And, more importantly, why should we keep trying? Martyn answers some of your questions about public engagement.
The Australian Christian Lobby welcomes the bipartisan approach at today’s curtailed special sitting of federal parliament to pass a $130 billion wage subsidy package.
As the Australian Christian Lobby stands by the national cabinet’s reasonable and necessary steps to contain COVID-19, the rushed passage of measures in the South Australian parliament demonstrates the perils of hasty law-making.
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