Diversity and conscience clauses — Gavin Ashenden

I agree with Gavin’s conclusion to this article:

“It shouldn’t be a criminal or social offence to love God, love your neighbour and try to follow the Maker’s instructions. Not unless all that the tolerance, inclusion and diversity stuff was never really meant, but just a bit of rhetoric and window-dressing, for one more type of prejudice.”

Now read from the beginning:

It has always seemed strange to me that once the gay community won their freedom to marry in civil law, as well having gained legal protection in civil partnerships, they should move onto the offensive and attack the rights of Christian clergy and churches to retain their own distinctive definition of marriage. After all, the…

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