Category: Persecuted Church

Dec 05

Is veganism a religion?

Jordi Casamitjana claims veganism is a religion

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Nov 11

Asia Bibi witness o/s High Commission

Asia Bibi

Christian Voice is joining a witness for Asia Bibi outside the Pakistan High Commission tomorrow, Monday 12th November 2018. Citizengo and the British Pakistani Christian Association have called the witness, to start at 3pm. We invite our Christian brothers and sisters to join us as we pray for her swift and safe exit from Pakistan. …

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Jul 20

Brutal Britain including: University chaplain fired for holding Pride atonement service

19/7/2018 University chaplain sacked after holding a service to atone for the ‘gross offence’ of Glasgow Pride Israel approves contentious ‘Jewish nation state ‘ law – angering Arabs Sharp rise in pupil exclusions from English state schools Campaigners criticise delay in updating sex education curriculum Why have men stopped offering pregnant women a seat? Drug …

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Jul 05

Gay Conversion Therapy ban? Here come the Thought Police

Theresa May announcing a ban on 'Gay Conversion Therapy'

So Theresa May has ‘vowed’, as the London Evening Standard puts it, to ban what has become known as ‘gay conversion therapy’. Action Plan She is proposing a £4.5 million ‘action plan’ aimed at making society ‘more inclusive’ for homosexuals, bisexuals and transgenders. They make up the media’s so-called ‘LGBT community’. And part of the …

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Jun 12

‘That Summit’ & North Korea’s Christians

What does this Trump / Kim handshake mean for the Christians of North Korea?

What does the Trump / Kim Summit mean for North Korea’s Christians? Firstly, we thank God the summit has happened.  It has advanced peace and lessened the prospect of war.  Naturally, the mainstream media are asking who ‘won’ or who ‘gained the most from it’? Explaining ‘the handshake’ The BBC ‘explains the handshake’ and the …

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Apr 25

Tom Daley and Dustin are not ‘having a baby’ – as Commonwealth says ‘No’ to gay rights

Tom Daley (Left) and Dustin Lance Black (right) held a 'baby shower' party last weekend.

Failed Olympic Diver Tom Daley and American screenwriter Dustin Lance Black are not ‘having a baby together.’ According to the Metro newspaper, the two held a ‘baby shower’ over the weekend.  That’s when you invite your friends around, feed them and receive gifts for your baby. And in this case, you wear the sort of …

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Apr 18

Parliament in ‘Group-Speak’ over Syria

The UK Parliament

Proceedings in the House of Commons yesterday and on Monday seemed to be in a parallel universe.  Member after member rose to say something had to be done about Assad and his gas/chemical attacks. On Monday, out of 140 MPs who spoke, only around thirty were in any way critical of the bombing raid.  Most …

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Apr 12

Ealing Council strikes at freedom of assembly

Protestors outside the Marie Stopes abortion facility. Ealing Council will prevent their wirtness.

Ealing Council will create a protest exclusion zone outside an abortion clinic, according to a BBC report.  The unanimous Cabinet decision will prevent pro-life vigils within 100 metres (whatever those are) of the building. The Council will make a ‘Public Spaces Protection Order.’ That can be done under Section 59 of the Anti-social Behaviour, Crime and …

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Apr 06

Syrian Christians celebrate Easter

Christians parade through Aleppo on Good Friday

Christians across Syria have been celebrating Easter and Holy Week according to their traditions. Christian communities have paraded through Damascus, Homs and Aleppo. Jihadist artillery is silenced for the first time in years. The Eastern Ghouta area bordering Christian quarters in Damascus has only just been freed from jihadist control. The Syrian army gave the …

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