Gross? Parents might think so

Michael Cook | 04 December 2015
Why is taxpayers' money being used to demean heterosexuality in schools?

Free speech gets a hammering in Tasmania

Michael Cook | 20 November 2015
The Catholic archbishop has been hauled before a tribunal for "insulting" homosexuals in a booklet on same-sex marriage.

Behind Kenya’s harsh penal code

Michael Cook | 30 July 2015
The penal code sounds harsh. What is the reality?

In ten to thirty years, the survivors will speak out

Michael Kirke | 30 July 2015
The Boy Scouts will regret opening doors to openly gay leaders and employees.

Atlanta’s sacked fire chief: ‘I want my job back’

Carolyn Moynihan | 07 July 2015
Americans should not have to choose between keeping their job and living out their faith.

How LGBT-friendly laws could change medicine

Michael Cook | 18 June 2015
No more scepticism, please. That's an order.

Hotel Homosexuality: yes, you can check out, and leave

Christopher Doyle | 17 June 2015
But ex-gays have to fight for professional help and recognition.

The mysterious case of the missing morality

Robert R. Reilly | 12 June 2015
Opponents of same-sex marriage fear to boldly assert that homosexual acts are sterile and immoral.

Sacked Christian nursery worker wins discrimination case

Carolyn Moynihan | 09 June 2015
Complaint by lesbian colleague led to unfair treatment, says UK tribunal.

Gay study a “mountain of fabrication”

Michael Cook | 22 May 2015
A research scandal should ring warning bells.

British childcare worker case tests freedom of expression

Carolyn Moynihan | 20 March 2015
A recent EU declaration supports claims of discrimination against Christians.

I am Kelvin Cochran

Carolyn Moynihan | 12 January 2015
Who's that? Oh, just another American who lost his job for expressing his beliefs.

Why do we wildly over-estimate the proportion of gays and lesbians?

Michael Cook | 03 December 2014
Good public policy should be based on facts, not ideology

A long and winding road

Francis Phillips | 16 September 2014
How an English writer immersed in the gay culture discovered God.

Three ways to happiness

Michael Cook | 11 August 2014
After years as homosexuals two men and a woman relate how they discovered chastity.

There are no ‘gay’ people

Bernard Toutounji | 26 June 2014
Human beings cannot be reduced to one-word slogans.

Understanding male same-sex attraction

Michael Cook | 18 June 2014
An excellent video argues no one is born gay and it is possible to change.

Are gays’ brains better than mothers’ brains?

Kelly Bartlett | 02 June 2014
A recent study raises more questions than it answers.

Love in a time of unreality

Robert R. Reilly | 22 May 2014
Much of the rhetoric swaddling same-sex marriage and homosexuality is a free-floating, fact-free fantasy.

No white flag. Ever.

Michael Cook | 07 March 2014
Too much is at stake to surrender in the fight against same-sex marriage.

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