An evangelical church in Australia has been threatened with an oil fire for displaying a billboard message declaring that God created marriage between one man and one woman.
“On Facebook, a lot of the stuff has been quite vicious at times,” John Gill, senior pastor at Bellbowrie Community Church in Brisbane, told Daily Mail Australia. “I mean quite physically threatening. That’s been scary for some in the church.”
Not tolerance, not acceptance but approval.
Well, as it happened, it happened in the ACT, that fiefdom of Green-Labor political power where the deluded are led by the manipulative. A Christian teenager, Madeline, is sacked from her job with Capital Kids Parties, for asserting on her filter Facebook that ‘It’s OK to say No’.
Madeline’s employer Madlin Sims, in a virtue-signalling (Canberrans are world class at this) message, told her young employee ‘Advertising your desire to vote no for SSM is, in my eyes, hate speech.
“Attendance was compulsory and students were informed that they would need to be specially dressed for the occasion, eat unusual food, and assemble under a rainbow flag. The flyer was sent to all parents at the school.”
Katheeen Wynne’s Mom disappointed at ruling.
TORONTO, September 14, 2017 (LifeSiteNews) — A Canadian civil rights commission has granted a Christian school the freedom to follow its own rules.
The Human Rights Tribunal of Ontario (HRTO) ruled that The Private Academy, an evangelical grade school, may turn down a lesbian guardian’s application for their adopted child to attend.
The homosexual activists, who say they are Christian but do not go to church regularly, met with the school principal to get their ward admitted to a preschool program. However, the Christian school — which does not receive government funding — has a moral code that requires families of students to attend a church and share the same biblical values the school advocates.
Advocates called the research “junk science,” claiming that not only could the technology out people, but it could put their lives at risk – especially in brutal regimes that view homosexuality as a punishable offense.
They won’t have any problem with the software being used to identify Conservatives, though.
Charging people with a felony for knowing giving sexual partners HIV without disclosing their infection is “homophobic” and “discriminatory” against LGBT people, according to California state lawmakers.
SYDNEY (Reuters) – Australia on Tuesday launched a postal vote on whether to legalize same-sex marriage as a widely watched poll indicated the country would be overwhelmingly in support.
The non-compulsory ballot, which runs until the end of October, will determine whether Australia becomes the 25th country to legalize same-sex marriage, while also healing a rift in the government.
Despite securing 70 percent public support in an Ipsos/Fairfax poll on Tuesday, the issue of same-sex marriage had faced a political deadlock, only broken last week when the High Court gave the all-clear for the vote.
A group of professors is calling upon student affairs administrators at universities in the American South to sneak “activism for LGBTQ rights” into their daily duties.
While they acknowledge that “anti-LGBTQ policies and political rhetoric are also found in other regions,” the professors argue that “cultural barriers” make the South especially hostile to LGBTQ students.
Next step: ban the Bible.
This one falls under “too stupid to believe,” but it’s actually true. Twitter has banned writer Elizabeth Johnston, who writes at “The Activist Mommy,” for her war of words with Teen Vogue editor Phillip Picardi
Not only has Twitter banned her, but YouTube will not allow her video commentaries to be monetized.
The Trump administration on Thursday filed papers at the U.S. Supreme Court backing a Christian baker in Colorado whom a state court ruled against for declining to make a wedding cake for a gay couple.
In the brief, Acting Solicitor General Jeff Wall said Jack Phillips should be exempt from Colorado’s anti-discrimination law because making custom cakes is a form of free expression protected under the U.S. Constitution’s First Amendment.
An LGBT activist who blew up a hired van outside the Australian Christian Lobby’s headquarters disliked its “position on sexuality”, according to reports.
Jaden Duong “drove a van up to a church, opened four cylinders of gas and lit a lighter” in an apparent suicide attempt, according to records released to the magistrate’s court where he is standing trial for arson and property damage.
The Canadian Prime Minister spoke about the anti-immigration rally in Quebec and said that it was not reflective of the country.
United Conservative Party application rejected by Calgary Pride parade
Guess who will blink first.
This week’s latest front in the culture wars came from the Disney Junior cartoon Doc McStuffins, about a little girl who acts as a doctor for toys. That cute, imaginative premise sounds about as innocent as can be right? Well, it is…except that somebody decided this was the perfect setting to introduce small children to the subject of lesbian marriage and parenting.
August 4, 2017 (LifeSiteNews) — A Wisconsin Circuit Court announced Tuesday that it will rule a Christian photographer can declare her faith-based intent not to take photos at homosexual “weddings” because her business does not have a storefront.
The court said her online business would not be prosecuted under a Dane County law banning “discrimination” based on “sexual orientation.”