The arguments given by those supporting vaccine passports sound impressive, but do they really hold water? Last week I wrote 5 Reasons Why Vaccine Passports are an Ethical Disaster. It was met with plenty of praise and agreement—but more than a few rebuttals as well. Some who disagreed with me are in open support of compulsory… Read More The Case for Vaccine Passports is Feeble and Fading
Many Australians affirm mandatory vaccination without considering the implications. But no matter how you look at it, vaccine passports are an ethical disaster. A year ago, mandatory vaccines were almost unimaginable, the stuff of science fiction. Now vaccine passports are being presented to us as the best—if not the only—way out of Australia’s covid crisis. Recent… Read More 5 Reasons Why Vaccine Passports are an Ethical Disaster
American wrestler Tamyra Mensah-Stock became an Olympic gold medallist on Tuesday after winning the women’s 68-kilogram freestyle wrestling final. Infectiously joyful, Mensah-Stock is an openly Christian athlete who chose to honour God during her post-match interview. “I surprised myself! It’s by the grace of God I’m able even to move my feet,” the American athlete told a… Read More The Most Joyful Athlete in Tokyo is a Christian and She Just Won Gold
Today, many people assume that believing the Bible involves blind faith. But what if there was evidence that the Bible isn’t just a bunch of fairy tales, but the words of the living God? Actually, there is. Bible prophecy provides amazing evidence that there is a God, and that He inspired what has become the… Read More How Do We Know the Bible is True?
Those of us who live in Western nations are incredibly blessed. “The rule of law” is a principle that has long protected us from tyranny. It is the conviction that kings and dictators no longer get to run our lives. Rather, we are governed by a Constitution — an irrevocable law that can only be amended by… Read More Have Our Leaders Let Power Get to Their Heads?
What can we learn from the missionaries that brought England to Christ, so that we can further the spread of the Gospel today? The Early Middle Ages was a time of remarkable mission activity in the British Isles that saw the region transformed for the Gospel. We can learn many powerful lessons from this era of church… Read More Lessons From the Missionaries to the British Isles
An excerpt from Cross and Culture: Can Jesus Save the West? Conventional wisdom today says that people are entitled to their religious beliefs, so long as they keep these views out of politics. Under this logic, the public square should be religiously neutral so that faith and politics don’t mix. The “separation of church and state”… Read More The Case for Christians to Find Their Political Voice
The organisation I work with, the Canberra Declaration, has launched a new petition calling on the Australian government and private companies to reject the use of vaccination certificates. I encourage all Australians to sign it. The petition is called Vaccine Passports: No Way, and it reads as follows: What makes Australia so wonderful is our… Read More Say No to Vaccine Passports
The book Rules for Radicals, written in 1971, has had a lasting influence on political activism right up to our present day. It was penned by Saul Alinsky, the “father of community organising”, a year before he died of a heart attack in 1972. In the book’s epigraph, Alinsky wrote, Lest we forget at least an… Read More How a Book Praising Lucifer is Shaping Politics Today
The issue of election fraud faced intense scrutiny following the 2020 United States’ presidential election. Though Donald Trump was unsuccessful in proving his now infamous allegations, some polls indicate that half of American voters remain suspicious that voter fraud helped Joe Biden to victory. And while Trump’s claims were roundly condemned by the corporate press, those same outlets — from CNN to NBC to The… Read More Could Voter Fraud Swing Australian Elections?