Category: Marriage

May 21

Great Royal Wedding – just keep standing against LGBT and Feminism

Royal wedding. Prince Harry and Meghan Markle leave St George's Chapel in Windsor Castle after their wedding.

It’s always uplifting to have a royal wedding!  We celebrate the holy matrimony of Prince Harry of Wales and Meghan Markle.  They have become Duke and Duchess of Sussex. Romans 2:11 For there is no respect of persons with God. Purpose of Marriage It is worth reminding ourselves of what the Dean of Windsor told …

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Nov 15

Australia allows ‘gay-marriage’

Australia has voted for 'gay marriage' and gay activists are delighted. This march took place in Melbourne

Australia has voted overwhelmingly in favour of legalising same-sex marriage, reports the BBC. The Australian Bureau of Statistics said 61.6% of people were in favour allowing same-sex couples to counterfeit marriage. 79.5% of voters took part in the non-binding postal vote. Jubilant supporters celebrated in public spaces, waving rainbow flags and singing and dancing. Prime …

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May 23

Lawyers call for total no-fault divorce

Nigel Shepherd, seen here at a 'Resolution' conference, is arguing for no-fault divorce

A group of lawyers wants the new Parliament to legislate for total no-fault divorce. The idea was floated years ago, in John Major’s ill-fated Family Law Act 1996.  Despite that, it was never implemented. Divorce on ‘Irretrievable breakdown’ Many people do not know there is only one legal ground for divorce.  It is that the marriage has …

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May 13

Prince William feted by LGBT lobby

Prince William on the cover of gay magazine Attitude

The Duke of Cambridge has received an award from a wealthy group calling itself the British LGBT awards. The LGBT group designated Prince William as ‘straight ally of the year’.  It appears the Prince was duped into supporting the homosexual activists’ Trojan horse of ‘anti-bullying’. He has even appeared on the front cover of a homosexual magazine …

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Feb 21

Civil Partnership confusion

Charles Keidan and Rebecca Steinfeld are challenging the Civil Partnership Act

The UK Government’s Civil Partnership law has been thrown into confusion by a case heard today in the Court of Appeal. Charles Keidan and Rebecca Steinfeld brought a case demanding the right to enter into a Civil Partnership.  Currently, under the Civil Partnership Act, only homosexuals can apply.  Or to be more specific, unrelated persons of …

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Jan 26

Christians threatened by Casey’s British values

Homosexual men take a cocktail of HIV medications

A senior Government advisor, Dame Louise Casey, has said Christians in public life should not be allowed to hold traditional Christian views on marriage. Speaking to MPs on the Communities and Local Government Select Committee, Dame Louise said: ‘it is not okay for Catholic schools to be homophobic and anti-gay marriage. … it is not …

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Dec 12

Gender Neutral Pronouns at Oxford

A Student body is urging the use of ‘gender neutral pronouns’ at Oxford University, reports the Oxford Mail. The National Union of Students is apparently behind the move, which will see ‘he’ and ‘she’ replaced with the silly gender-neutral ‘ze’. But the ‘ze’ pronoun will only be used if the person requests it.  It is …

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Nov 04

What is the Gender Pay Gap?

The UK Government is going to force firms to reveal the bonuses they pay to men and to women. Apparently, in the UK, a woman on average earns around 80p for every £1 earned by a man. The Government will also make it a legal requirement for every company with more than 250 employees to …

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Aug 05

Who’s best for Labour?

Christian Voice has put together a video considering the voting records of the contenders for the Labour Party leadership. We hope this will help Christians in the Labour Party as they pray for the outcome and vote for the candidates. Jeremy Corbyn has been in the House of Commons the longest, since 1983.  Yvette Cooper entered …

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