#7 Fear of God: truth has stumbled in the streets

Read Full Article Filed on 16 May 2019

The most extraordinary thing is that this propagation of madness on our small children is by state indoctrination through our education system by legislation including the threatened criminalisation of professionals who do not affirm the transition of gender in counselling.

#3 The Fear-of-God: when shame is a necessary ingredient

Read Full Article Filed on 05 May 2019

#3 The Fear-of-God: when shame is a necessary ingredient When governments deliberately introduce legislation that permit evil – and even to compel it – shame is appropriate and needful. The trouble is that the parliamentary members who introduce such legislation – particularly when the issue at stake is the intrinsic value of human life – […]

Sharper and Harder

Read Full Article Filed on 30 October 2018

Sharper and Harder Where is the battle going next? What will be the next front? The intensity of attack seems exponential. “Have you ever noticed,” said Dimble, “that the universe, and every bit of the universe is always hardening and narrowing and coming to a point?” His wife waited as those wait who know by […]

Dr David van Gend, his family, and the team at http://australianmarriage.org/ need our urgent and ongoing prayers.

Read Full Article Filed on 05 April 2015

Please look at the link and make the need for prayer known. He has been battered by the press and this will be un-relenting. Physical danger cannot be dismissed. There will, no doubt, be those who report him to Medical Board.

Two contrasting “victories” for women

Read Full Article Filed on 01 September 2011

Amendment rejection: “victory for women” Emily’s List.
Amendment acceptance: “victory for women” in Arizona.
It is hard to understand the opposition of Emily’s List women to the proposed amendments. They all made sense. Surely one would want to anaesthetize a late-term baby about to have its brain sucked out by a partial birth abortion. Surely for a 14 year-old schoolgirl one would want to look at the possibility of abuse and the reporting of same. Such opposition I think will be thought very strange in years to come.

News Release: Liberty of Conscience

Read Full Article Filed on 18 June 2011

Infringement of conscience is a serious challenge facing modern medicine. Medical codes of conduct must never be subject to degradation by government. Governments may legislate to permit certain practices or procedures but governments must never force doctors to violate their conscience by compulsory engagement in such practices or procedures.”

The Chronicle of Shame – understanding the times and knowing what to do.

Read Full Article Filed on 21 March 2011

• Does it matter that governments legislate for evil?
• Does it matter if governments compel evil?
• Are these matters “defining issues” as to how I should vote for politicians or parties that have supported these matters? (And, if not, then what is a defining issue?)
• Is there a role for this church and for the body of Christ as a whole?
• Will these matters make a difference in my ordinary way of life? Will they make any difference as to how I spend my spare time?
• Will they make a difference as to my future directions, even occupation?

One More Thing – The Victorian Pathway to a New Dark Age

Read Full Article Filed on 25 November 2010

how dare we repeat history by excluding any rights of the unborn child at risk of abortion. To thumb our noses at the intelligent dedication of the people and nations that formulated the Universal Declaration is an astonishing action of ignorance and irresponsibility and – yes – selfish arrogance.

Killing is never a solution for misery.

Read Full Article Filed on 25 September 2010

Dr Philip Nitschke also argues that anyone, even – get this – troubled teens, should have the right to kill themselves:
…all people qualify, not just those with the training, knowledge, or resources to find out how to “give away” their life. And someone needs to provide this knowledge, training, or recourse necessary to anyone who wants it, including the depressed, the elderly bereaved, the troubled teen.
National Review Online, 5 June 2001

Where was the Christian Vote in the Federal Election?

Read Full Article Filed on 16 September 2010

So how do you define a “defining issue”?

Defining issues are wrongs actually brought into being by government introduced legislation as opposed to matters occurring or happening in our world. With respect to things that are happening we may argue about contributory negligence and about what might be required in legislation to rectify that and also to prevent it. But what we cannot argue about is when governments actually legislate to permit wrong. What we cannot argue about is when governments legislate to permit evil. And especially what we cannot argue about is when governments legislate to compel evil.