Is this disturbing? It should be. This issue is a watershed in Australian political history. If the truth about marriage is crucified at the highest level of Australian government there will be no getting it back. You may argue there is no point in fighting it, that this is part of the inevitable decline preparatory to God’s judgment but should we not preach and teach truth to our children? Should we not attempt to speak truth to our MPs before the February deadline?
Make no mistake – even our freedom to believe is at stake (for Faithful it was the stake). Not just because we declare what we believe but because we will be actively questioned and challenged and pursued in this as Christian and Faithful were. And if we answer “wrong” we will be punished.
“Religious anti-vilification laws serve only to work against the religious freedoms they are intended to protect,” said Dr Lachlan Dunjey, Senate candidate for the Christian Democratic Party, “they interfere with the rights of believers of one faith to argue the beliefs of another “- and this is both wrong and unnecessary. We’re not talking about [...]