Uganda, the “Anti-Gay” bill and Christians: Truth amongst the polemic

Here’s a great article by some Western missionaries currently serving in Uganda about the true story of the “Anti-Gay” bill there and the supposed influence of Western missionaries. The argument basically goes like this (and this is only mildly exaggerated and paraphrased): Before Christian missionaries came, Uganda was a peaceable and safe country, tolerant and […]

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You’re Holding Hands WRONG! The relentless march to redefine relationships.

Another example of the Ministry of Truth style campaign being waged by advocates of enforced moral approval of homosexuality crossed my screen this week. It’s initially comical, until you realise they’re actually quite serious. New Study Says That Lesbians Hold Hands Better A new study out this month in the Journal of Homosexuality looks at what factors affect […]

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Andrew Wilson and Rob Bell on Unbelievable

Here’s a great 20 minute clip of a longer discussion between Andrew Wilson and Rob Bell on the subject of sexual ethics on Premier Radio‘s Unbelievable Program. It’s a wonderful example of a sustained debate on the topic of homosexuality. But more than that it exposes the paucity of Bell’s argument. Watch carefully how he […]

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The “Church” Times on “Gay Marriage”

Chris Johnson is worth repeating in full… The Church Times is not down with the Church of England’s official opposition to homosexual “marriage,” which it calls “tendentious and poorly-argued.”  At this point, I don’t particularly care one way or the other what the C of E or the Church Times thinks about anything at all but among the Times ”arguments,” this one […]

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The “Right” to Homosexual Adoption

This will stir things up. Here's the thought today – I don't understand the logic of homosexual couples demanding the right to adopt. It strikes me as utterly undermining their other argument that the essential nature of their relationship is, well, natural and normal. Here's the logic: Assumption conceded for the sake of the argument: Homosexual attraction […]

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Christian Couple Lose First Round of “B&B” Case

This just in from the Christian Institute The Christian owners of a guesthouse who restrict double rooms to married coupes have been ordered to pay £3,600 in damages to a homosexual couple, but leave to appeal has been granted. Earlier today His Hon. Judge Andrew Rutherford declared it was unlawful for Peter and Hazelmary Bull […]

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