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Free speech inimical to Left’s stifling orthodoxies

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The Australian – Wednesday 21 September 2016 Janet Albrechtsen Perhaps it was the delirium of pneumonia that allowed Hillary Clinton to speak so freely, putting half of Donald Trump’s supporters in what she called the “basket of deplorables”. Like the in vino veritas that sets in after a few drinks, Clinton’s honesty was refreshing. They are “racist, sexist, homophobic, xenophobic, ... Read More »

Christians as “Target Practice” Muslim Persecution of Christians 2016

Left: The house of Imran Masih in the village of Chak-44, Pakistan. Masih was last reported on the run after Muslims accused him of watching an anti-Islamic video on his phone and a $10,000 bounty was put on his head. Right: The Catholic Church in the village. (Images source: World Watch Monitor)

By Raymond Ibrahim – August 28, 2016 at 6:00 am https://www.gatestoneinstitute.org/8771/christians-target-practice “We will show the Armenians and the Christians who we are… We have been ordered not to leave any Armenians in the area.” — Islamic rebels, Aleppo, Syria.   Thousands of Christians are fleeing Eritrea due to extreme persecution. A report describes Eritrea as “one of the world’s fastest ... Read More »

Help Orthodox Christianity Count in Australia’s 2016 Census

Census Form 2016 - Question about Religion

Dear friends, On Tuesday night (9 August) is Australia’s 2016 Census night and all Orthodox Christians need to pay attention to questions on ethnicity but especially question 19 on religion. We are required by law to answer all sorts of questions to help governments make decisions about such things as public transport, housing, education and hospitals. This year, the religion question ... Read More »

Gender Ideology – What are we teaching our children?

The Gender Fairy - Children's Book pushing LGBTI agenda

New Sexuality Education Many of our schools are teaching our children a new sexuality and gender ideology which has been around for some time in academia but has recently been introduced into our schools and has become more obvious because of the Same Sex Marriage debate and because of the controversy surrounding the Safe Schools Coalition Program. This new sexuality ... Read More »

All of Us – Analysis

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  You’re Teaching Our Children What? – 12 June 2016 There are 8 lessons in the teaching resource, “All of Us” which includes; 7 videos of LGBTI young people Slogans which are called the building blocks of identity, declared as unquestioned truths and repeated in different ways throughout the 8 lesson Lesson activities which create empathy and engage students with ... Read More »

Treat suicide as the human tragedy it is

Suicide and Euthanasia - What is the Difference

Herald Sun -13th June 2016 Tony Kerin As chaplain to a big Melbourne hospital, I often provide comfort and support to those dying and their families. Another part of my ministry in the parish is visiting families in the aftermath of suicide. The death of a loved one leaves those close to them with a sense of pain and loss, ... Read More »

SHAMEFUL TRUTH ABOUT WHO ABDUCTED THE SYRIAN BISHOPS AND HOW THEIR RELEASE WAS SECURED

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Documents Indicate Turkey’s Connection to Syrian Bishops’ Kidnappers   When police arrested Magomed Abdurrahmanov in Turkey about a year ago, word spread quickly that the suspected kidnapper of two prominent Syrian bishops had been caught. The Turkish government, however, said the man they had arrested, and his companions, were nothing to worry about. Officials said they were foreigners with improper ... Read More »

Does screen love scramble our brains?

Reshaping the Brain

The Australian – 25 May 2016 John Ross – Higher Education reporter, Sydney Internet addiction has been linked with lower grey matter volume in the right frontal pole, which has a potential impact on decision-making and willpower. Internet addiction has been linked with lower grey matter volume in the right frontal pole, which has a potential impact on decision-making and ... Read More »

War on Christianity is fuelled by ignorance

Do not enter - War against Christianity

  Herald Sun – 19 May 2016 ANDREW BOLT IT’S not the haters who will kill Christianity. It’s the ignorant, who have no clue how we non-Christians will suffer. But, wow, that hatred sure is feral. The latest examples? One: the Greens this week say they want to strip churches of their “right to discriminate” — actually their freedom to ... Read More »