Nicolas B. was sporting the logo of ‘La Manif Pour Tous’ (The Demonstration For All) which appears to have been banned under the ‘Loi Taubira’ which legalised same-sex ‘marriage’ and is named after French Justice Minister Christiane Taubira.
The logo consists of a man, a woman and two children holding hands. One week ago, Nicolas had been held in a police cell for six days. La Manif Pour Tous protested against his detention last Friday but it is unclear if he has yet been released.
Read more about the arrest and imprisonment of Nicolas B on Tony Atkins excellent blog.
A distinctive feature of La Manif Pour Tous is the number of young people involved in this movement upholding God’s institution of marriage. This must challenge for the church in Britain.
Meanwhile, according to Tony Atkins, a ‘gay marriage’ fair in Paris was a total flop. Homosexuals only want to be ‘married’ in order to wreck marriage for heterosexuals, he contends. Anonymous sex in bushes on Hampstead Heath or Clapham Common is more their line.
In the wake of ‘Loi Taubira’ adverts promising ‘gay friendly’ ‘budget surrogacy’ in India have appeared on Facebook, but Caucasian egg donors are apparently available.
We have already raised concerns that the Marriage (Same-Sex Couples) Bill currently being debated in the United Kingdom’s House of Lords will lead to the sort of pro-gay bullying being seen just across the Channel, and that this will impinge on churches and on individuals, especially teachers and school children.
There is some good news. The Parliament in Croatia has moved towards enshrining traditional marriage in the country’s constitution, following demands for a referendum on the subject by voters concerned about liberal sex education and the new law in France. Hungary did the same recently and Romania is set to follow suit.
There was never a better time to stand up for the Gospel – or to make sure your passport is up-to-date.
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