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Gay Marriage Proponents Won’t Tolerate Dissent

30 October 2014
Gay Marriage Proponents Won’t Tolerate Dissent

Aleteia.org 29 October 2014 Bakers and photographers and Knights of Columbus halls have been threatened with legal action for refusing to cater to weddings of same-sex couples. Now, two ordained Christian ministers in Idaho, where same-sex “marriage” is now legal, face jail and fines for declining to perform a same-sex wedding ceremony. Robert P. George…

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Buying sex to be outlawed, after historic NI vote

28 October 2014
Buying sex to be outlawed, after historic NI vote

The Christian Institute 23 October 2014 Paying for sex is set to become a criminal offence in Northern Ireland, following a landmark vote by the Stormont Assembly this week. MLAs debated Lord Morrow’s Human Trafficking and Exploitation Bill late into the night and voted to…

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Craig Young and Plagiarism

27 October 2014
Craig Young and Plagiarism

EXCLUSIVE: Craig Young is a blogger who takes great delight in attacking supporters of families and marriage – such as Family First. In fact, if he doesn’t write a derogatory article at least once a week, we actually think we may be not doing our…

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Assisted suicides often involve pain, suffering

24 October 2014
Assisted suicides often involve pain, suffering

Providence Journal 17 October 2014 Did you know that many assisted suicides experience complications? Assisted suicide is wrongly marketed to the public as a flawless, peaceful escape from suffering. It can be a painful and scary death. It can include gasping, muscle spasms, nausea, vomiting,…

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There can be dignity in all states of life

24 October 2014
There can be dignity in all states of life

Ottawa Citizen 15 October 2014 In his article of Oct. 9, Desmond Tutu emphasizes the importance of language on the sensitive issue of medically assisted dying. In the spirit of advancing a respectful dialogue, I must urge him to consider the deeper meanings of dignity, and…

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Breaking Bad dolls pulled from shelves (US)

24 October 2014
Breaking Bad dolls pulled from shelves (US)

NZ Herald 23 October 2014 Toys “R” Us is pulling Breaking Bad dolls from its shelves after a Florida woman complained about the kids’ store selling the drug-themed products. “Let’s just say the action figures have taken an indefinite sabbatical,” the retailer said in a…

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