17 August 2017
Conversion therapy: Dr Peter May helps us to understand the main debate at the recent General Synod of the Church of England
The General Synod debate on so-called ‘conversion therapy’ for homosexuals in a Private Member’s Motion brought by ‘inclusive evangelical’ Jayne Ozanne, was destined to be problematic.
31 July 2017
Leaving the ‘Gay Cult’ and the Politicisation of ‘Change’. How decriminalisation of homosexuality silences dissenters.
Dr. Mike Davidson, CEO of Core Issues Trust, reflects on the effect of the decriminalisation of homosexuality on ministries like his, which offer therapy to those seeking help for unwanted same-sex attraction.
4 July 2017
Understanding Advocacy Science: Why the ‘Conversion Therapy’ ‘Science Briefing’ Fails to Set the Record Straight and Promotes Viewpoint Discrimination
Core Issues Trust considers the 'Science Briefing' Paper (July 2017) by Prof. M King and Prof. R. Song.
22 June 2017
What is 'Conversion Therapy'?
Core Issues Trust offers help for individuals who wish to move away from unwanted homosexual behaviours and feelings, voluntarily. LGBTI activists claim that such provision is "Conversion Therapy". Check out these FAQs...
26 May 2017
Challenging Stonewall's Election Manifesto, 2017
In response to the Stonewall "Acceptance without Exception" campaign, Core Issues Trust today released its "Equal, not Identical" campaign. Download the "Challenging the Stonewall General Election Manifesto", here. View the accompanying explanatory video here: https://youtu.be/okgkyrgH564. Make sure you're not part of Stonewall's determination to end the link between biology and gender.
29 April 2017
The Sexual Revolution and the Do-Nothing-Church
“Abandonment of Christian sexual morality is the core of the Church’s self-secularization.” ∼ Gabriele Kuby, The Global Sexual Revolution...From time to time, the church finds itself with egg on its face because of its failure to speak out in the face of grievous injustices. The Nazi episode, the Civil Rights movement in the United States and Apartheid in South Africa—in each case the church (or at least large parts of it) tried to avert its eyes from evil and resisted facing the truth...