In response to “anti-discrimination” laws that have been pushed on a federal level, the Presbyterian Church of Australia has asked the government to review its stance towards the church’s views on school governance. The church is specifically querying whether a policy that disallows students actively partaking in homosexual acts or any other form of sex outside of Biblical marriage from serving in leadership roles within the schools would be admissible under the country’s new strict anti-discrimination laws. In response to mainstream media and leftist criticisms, The Australia Presbyterian church made a statement defending its position on barring those who participate in sexual deviancy from becoming student leaders.
“They would not be able to give appropriate Christian leadership in a Christian school which requires modeling Christian living.”
In an interview with Australia’s 9 News , Prime Minister Richard Marles accused those who oppose anti-discrimination laws, including the Presbyterian Church of […]
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