Understanding The Difference Between Morality and Preference A recent survey of several thousand non-church attenders in the U.S. indicated that one of the major objections to Christianity is the perceived judgmentalism of traditional Christians toward homosexuals. When asked to elaborate Continue reading Homosexuality and Coffee
A recent article in the Sydney Morning Herald by Darren Cain, points out the list of atrocities committed by rugby and NRL players in Australia and Great Britain in recent years that did NOT warrant being sacked from the game. Continue reading He Should Have Kicked His Pregnant Wife
You might have noticed that I have refrained from posting anything about the upcoming election. I am extremely reluctant to voice a public opinion, because I believe in the right of each individual to choose for themselves. This post is Continue reading A Reluctant Post About The Australian Election
A couple of weeks ago, on Thursday 14th March, Facebook, Instagram and Whatsapp suffered an outage for approximately 12 hours. Their websites were offline worldwide due to technical difficulties. I didn’t notice, as I didn’t attempt to access any of Continue reading What’s Really Important?
There is a lot of talk about toxic masculinity at the moment. The Gillette advertisement last year, condemning toxic masculinity, has raised the issue to a higher level of public debate. Toxic masculinity is the new colloquial term for hegemonic Continue reading Toxic Masculinity (Part I)
Yesterday’s announcement of Cardinal George Pell’s conviction for sexual abuse is another sickening example of the endemic culture of sexual abuse within the Catholic Church. Of course, other denominations have not been without their offenders, but the problem does seem Continue reading Sexual Abuse in the Church
A man went to the doctor and said, “I think I have a hearing problem.” The doctor asked, “Can you describe the symptoms?” The man replied, “Homer is a fat bloke and Marge has blue hair.” I am about to Continue reading HEARING PROBLEMS
THE VEIL HAS BEEN REMOVED Kevin Simington Australia is not a Christian nation. In the strictest sense, it never has been. The 1901 Constitution made it abundantly clear that we are a secular democracy. Section 116 states, “The Commonwealth shall Continue reading The Veil Has Been Removed
AND SO IT BEGINS … Kevin Simington Craig Campbell, a Western Australian teacher who recently admitted to being homosexual, has been removed from the casual teaching roster of South Coast Baptist College, WA, because his sexuality contradicts the moral teaching Continue reading And So It Begins …
What Causes A Man To Think He’s A Woman? What causes a man to think he’s a woman (and vice versa)? There are three explanations commonly proposed. The first explanation is that there is a physiological cause. This theory Continue reading What Causes A Man To Think He’s A Woman?