Peers crush parents forcing schools to indoctrinate children in LGBT dogma

The controversial new Relationships and Sex Education (RSE) Statutory Instrument completed its passage through Parliament last Wednesday when it received the approval of the House of Lords. The regulations are controversial because they make the teaching of LGBT relationships and sexual practices compulsory. They also downgrade the right of parents to withdraw their children from sex education at secondary... Continue Reading →

How diversity challenges the nation state

Did you know that the Republic of Ireland has a Minister of State for the Irish Diaspora? Thought to number up to 80 million, the Irish Diaspora consists of anyone with Irish ancestry who lives outside of Ireland. The Irish are proud of their diaspora and their achievements. Under Irish law, people of Irish nationality, wherever... Continue Reading →

Is America still a nation under God?

American journal First Things has this week dusted off a 1998 speech on the subject of church and state by then Supreme Court justice Antonin Scalia. In the speech, which is a fine elucidation of key ideas of more than historic value, Scalia explains how the United States ‘has consistently affirmed a national belief in... Continue Reading →

Easier divorce equals more broken families

The BBC has published a typically one-sided article pushing the liberal line on the government’s proposed changes to divorce law introducing no-fault and unilateral divorce. Promoters and defenders of the change are quoted at length, but despite the BBC’s legal correspondent, Clive Coleman, describing it as ‘the biggest change in divorce law in 50 years’ not... Continue Reading →

Sexuality can change. Here’s the proof

Mainstream Western culture continues its war against therapy for unwanted same-sex attraction. The latest country to declare against ‘conversion therapy’ is Spain, whose health minister has called for a nationwide ban. Meanwhile the BBC today has run a feature on a woman whose experience of ‘conversion therapy’ was unsuccessful and now feels that it haunts... Continue Reading →

Don’t mention sex, marriage or family, please, we’re British evangelicals!

Why have the evangelicals fallen silent? Two leading evangelical organisations founded to equip Christians to engage with the modern world have ceased to resource their supporters on the key contested issues of family, marriage and sexuality. The London Institute for Contemporary Christianity (LICC) and the Cambridge-based Jubilee Centre once were at the forefront of helping Christians to understand and... Continue Reading →

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