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C4M – 10 Reasons – Number 4

Here’s Number Four.

Myth 4 No impact on schools

The current law requires schools to teach children about the importance of marriage. If marriage is given a new definition, it will be endorsed in schools. According to expert legal advice, any teacher who fails to endorse same-sex marriage in the classroom could be dismissed. Parents will have no legal right to withdraw . . . → Read More: C4M – 10 Reasons – Number 4

How am I homophobic? Let me count the ways...

I’m astonished by a letter that has appeared in the Church of England Newspaper today, in response to my letter of two weeks ago.

Sir,

I have no doubt that many of your readers were aghast at the Rev Peter Ould’s letter extolling the virtues of gay clergy (14 October). It’s all very well for . . . → Read More: How am I homophobic? Let me count the ways…

Waiting for the Real Test Case

Some brief thoughts on the B&B issue (copied and adapted from a comment I made earlier this morning).

In both cases so far (Bulls and Wilkinsons) one of the key criticisms made by the justices were the inconsistency of the implementation of the moral code of the establishment. That seems to suggest that if an . . . → Read More: Waiting for the Real Test Case

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