On this week’s Voice for Values, Lyle Shelton speaks with Stewart Migdon, Executive Producer of the film Voiceless about the pro-life message of the film.
This film encourages people to stand up for what they know is right, particularly as it pertains to sharing God's truths and addressing social issues.
You can order the film from: http://voicelessthemovie.com
On this week’s Voice for Values, Lyle Shelton speaks with the Hon. Matthew Guy, Leader of the Opposition and Leader of the Liberal Party in Victoria about Safe Schools.
The Hon. Matthew Guy:
Extract from Address to Liberal Party State CouncilSunday 2 April 2017Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre On Safe Schools and Gender in Education “And as leader of a Liberal National Government, we will put our children’s future first - jobs, prosperity, and economic security.But we will also let our kids be kids. They don’t need a lesson in political or gender ideology, kids need to be taught about respect, manners and social interaction; and predominately, this comes from parents, not the state government.Given a choice, who is best to teach your children the values of respect and tolerance, the state government or parents, the Liberal and National parties back parents 100 per cent of the time.
In Daniel Andrews’ Victoria, we now have education department officials scuttling around childcare centres trying to identify if four year old boys are rampant sexists - four year old boys being bullied by Daniel Andrews’ ideological stormtroopers. Can you believe this is happening, what’s wrong with these people? To bully 4-year-old kids; to claim that five year olds need sex education; to believe that every primary school kid needs to be taught to question their gender; as a father of three boys aged 4, 6 and 8, I think that this kind of behaviour towards children constitutes abuse. I wouldn’t accept this kind of ideological rubbish for my own boys and therefore I will never accept for another Victorian child. A government I lead will engage meaningful anti bullying programs; ones that focus on stopping bullying – age, race, diversity, sexuality, gender – whatever it is, if it’s bullying we will tackle it, but we won’t expose every child to radical left wing gender theory along the way. It’s a simple message: if you hate what Labor is doing to our kids through the Safe Schools program, then vote Liberal or National, because we will scrap it."
In our attempt to control fear “we convert the mystery of death into the problem of death and then we seek a technological solution [in the form of] lethal injection.”
In this week’s Voice for Values, Lyle Shelton continues his conversation with Margaret Somerville, Professor of Bioethics at the School of Medicine, University of Notre Dame, Sydney, about the latest push to legalise euthanasia.
Click here to listen to Part 1 of the interview.
“Kill the pain and suffering, not the person with the pain and suffering.”
Lyle Shelton speaks to Margaret Somerville, Professor of Bioethics at the School of Medicine, University of Notre Dame, Sydney, about the latest push to legalise euthanasia.
Click here to listen to Part 2 of the interview.
Advocates of so-called Marriage Equality argue that access to marriage for same sex couples is a right and they attempt to draw a parallel with the civil and political right to freedom from racial discrimination, but is this comparison sound?
Join Lyle Shelton as he discusses this important issue with Professor Iain Benson of the Faculty of Law at the University of Notre Dame Australia.
Do you feel like it’s getting harder to express a Christian point of view in public?
Lyle Shelton interviews South Australian Senator David Fawcett on the free speech debate currently playing out in Federal Parliament.
ACL Spokesperson for Women and Children, Wendy Francis, discusses the upcoming Australian Summit Against Sexual Exploitation, which will address cleaning up outdoor advertising among other issues.
Part 2 of Lyle Shelton’s interview with University of Western Sydney Professor Dr. John Whitehall examines claims that sex change surgery makes people happier.
Part 2 of Lyle's interview with former prostitute and madame, Linda Watson, focuses on her opinions of the Nordic Model of prostitution reform.
Linda believes politicians who think they can fix the prostitution industry by legalising brothels are out of touch with the harsh realities of the profession.
Ex-prostitute and Madame, Linda Watson, describes the expectations placed upon sex workers and the high cost to their bodies.
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