Great news: Prayers will continue in the Senate!

In late July, the Australian Family Coalition shared that outgoing Greens Senator Lee Rhiannon was behind a push to abolish the 117-year-old tradition of prayers in the Senate.

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Over 3000 submissions for QLD’s unborn, and religious freedom back on the agenda

In this week’s update: over 3000 submissions lodged to Queensland’s abortion “reform” inquiry, and Prime Minister Scott Morrison flags the potential strengthening of religious freedom legislation.

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Lodge a submission to keep extreme abortion laws out of Queensland!

NOTE: This campaign is now CLOSED!

 

The Queensland Labor Government is proposing some of the most extreme abortion laws in the world.

Legislation was tabled in State Parliament last week, and now the matter has been referred to a parliamentary committee.

The committee is now calling for written submissions addressing the Bill from all interested parties. Submissions close next Wednesday, 5 September. That's only ONE WEEK away!

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WA Law Reform Commission says ‘male’ and ‘female’ should be removed from birth certificates

WA’s Law Reform Commission is recommending a swag of radical changes in a discussion paper on “reforming” WA’s gender reassignment laws.

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Why we can’t leave the big issues to the political class

Australia will now gain its 7th prime minister in 11 years (counting Kevin Rudd twice).

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Senate rejects territory euthanasia bill – see how your senators voted

Late on 15 August 2018, the Senate voted against granting the NT and the ACT the power to legislate for euthanasia and assisted suicide.

This is a fantastic result and a welcome protection for some of the most vulnerable in our community!

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AFC’s John Howard posts censored on social media!

John Howard, Western civilisation, and a slap-down of our politically correct culture.

Sounds like a top story, right? The Daily Telegraph though so – but Facebook definitely did not!

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Queensland Christian GP faces “discrimination” charge from medical board

Dr David van Gend, a Toowoomba GP, is currently facing a disciplinary hearing with the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (AHPRA), over allegations of “discriminatory conduct”.

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Religious freedom & legal “tweaks” – why we must be ready to campaign again

The silence surrounding the Ruddock inquiry into religious freedom has been briefly broken.

While many await the Attorney-General’s response to the inquiry’s report, Ruddock panel member Father Frank Brennan has spoken at a human rights conference in Melbourne.

His remarks will do little to reassure those who voted “No” in last year’s marriage debate, suggesting changes to the law are required, but only in the form of “tweaking”.

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ANALYSIS: The Uniting Church adopts so-called “same-gender marriage”

One of Australia’s largest Christian denominations, the Uniting Church, has amended its teaching to permit same-sex ‘marriages’.

In fact, in an alarming indication that even churches are no longer free of radical gender ideology, it refers to them as “same-gender marriages”.

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