Christians Against All Animal Abuse
"Christís redemption is for the whole of creation!"
Article from Winter 2003 Issue
New Labour & The Erosion Of Christianity
With the courtesy of Mail on Sunday, 30.11.03:
"WARNING; CHRISTIAN CARDS LIKE THIS COULD LAND YOU IN COURT".
Christmas cards featuring Christian Nativity scenes could be banned
from offices - in case they cause offence to non-Christian workers.
New employment equality laws come into force on 2nd December. Workers,
who object to the decorations on the grounds that they are contrary to
their religion & could create an "offensive" environment, could take
legal action. This is under the Employment Equality (Religion &
Belief) regulations that will bring the UK into line with EU law.
Sent in by kind courtesy of: Ann Wills
Yes, but what are We doing for Christ this Christmastide?
Well, it is quite probable that the most religious of folk will sing
His praise in Church, sing carols to Him throughout Advent -Advent hymns
are hardly knowable these days! - and on Christmas day itself: grace
will be offered over an intensively reared fowl: a foul act to say the
least! And then, when St Stephen's Day arrives (commonly known as Boxing
Day) the 'Tally Ho' dupes will be showing their festive spirit by seeing
gentle Deer, reminiscent of Bambi, chased and petrified by a pack of
hounds. Yes, this is the way that a depraved and fallen civilisation
acknowledges the birth of the Son of Righteousness. And, indeed, already
people are into this so-called festive spirit by gorging themselves with
the end product of intensive cruelty. Only yesterday, I visited a new,
pub where Christmas meals were advertised - and always at about four
times the price at any other season. No sooner had 1 viewed the starters
on the menu than did I see "liver pate' advertised. And we all know what
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