On Friday, five justices affirmed LGBT Americans’ Constitutional right to wed. The other four foreshadowed the major conflicts over religious freedom that are about to begin. For a long time, supporters of gay marriage in the U.S. were in the minority. As early as last year, that started changing, and now, a solid majority of Americans support same-sex unions. As ... Read More »
Yesterday’s decision by five US Supreme Court judges completed the undemocratic march to redefining marriage in America, the Australian Christian Lobby said today. “Australians should be thankful that our High Court has not resorted to divisive undemocratic judicial activism on marriage,” ACL Managing Director Lyle Shelton said. “If Australian activists for redefining marriage believe in democratic principles they will take ... Read More »
Five U.S. Judges have redefined Marriage. Here’s What Australians can do to preserve our definition.
In Hans Christian Andersen’s short tale, The Emperor’s New Clothes, it took a young boy to say what everyone knew but was too afraid to say. In the Biblical story of David and Goliath, it took a boy with courage to stand before a giant. David was armed with nothing but a sling and five smooth stones. These two morality ... Read More »
Gay Lobby attacks Australian religious schools arguing that teaching Christian marriage is likely to be illegal
Rodney Croome’s ongoing attempt to censor children’s access to information about marriage is further evidence of the extreme intolerance of his political agenda to redefine marriage and the family. “Anyone who values the freedom of Australians to believe and publicly speak about our current definition of marriage should be very concerned about attempts to redefine in it legislation,” Australian Christian ... Read More »
The Roman Catholic Church in Sydney has launched an attack on corporations that publicly support same sex marriage. It called advertising drives by corporations for marriage equality “cashed-up, activist-driven media campaigns” and made veiled threats about the church’s purchasing power. Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Sydney business manager Michael Digges wrote to at least some of the companies that supported marriage ... Read More »
Michelle Grattan reporting Date: October 4, 2012 FEDERAL opposition spokesman on families Kevin Andrews has warned that legalising same-sex marriage could lead to an acceptance of group marriage. In his book Maybe ‘I do’: Modern marriage and the pursuit of happiness, out today, Mr Andrews also says that the assertion that redefining marriage will not affect other marriages is misplaced. He ... Read More »