Prioritise now: Don't persecute Christians at Christmas

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Prioritise now: Don't persecute Christians at Christmas

Prioritise now: Don't persecute Christians at Christmas

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As the nation entered COVID-19 lockdown in March, Attorney-General Christian Porter quietly delayed the Australian Law Reform Commission review of the framework of religious exemptions in anti-discrimination legislation. A pandemic seemed like the perfect opportunity for Mr Porter to put faith-based rights on the back burner.  

This was the second delay to the key Coalition election commitment, which was intended to broaden protections for religious freedoms in the wake of the same-sex marriage vote.

Our message is simple: prioritise religious freedoms protections now, don’t persecute Christians this Christmas!

We are calling upon the Prime Minister and Attorney General to begin work to protect our religious freedoms as early as February 2021 when federal parliament resumes from the festive season break.

Faith-based businesses, schools, hospitals, aged care homes and community organisations must be allowed to operate within their sincerely held beliefs - a right promised upon the Morrison government’s election prior to COVID-19. 

As Christians across Australia, we must not stay silent about the issues that are important to us. Our faith speaks to the different aspects of our life as a guiding light for the principles that we hold dear.

The various restrictions recently placed upon churches in relation to COVID-19 only showed us the significant ignorance and insensitivity the government has when it comes to exercising our faith.

Don’t underestimate the power your voice can have weighing into this vital issue. That’s why I’m asking you to stand with us today to demand ScoMo’s government uphold their election promise so we do not continue to suffer from marginalisation.

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Uphold your election promise now!

Dear Prime Minister and Attorney General,

It is disappointing that the enhancement of religious freedom protections has been placed on the backburner by the Morrison government over the last 12 months.

We are calling upon you to provide assurance that you will begin work to protect our religious freedoms as early as February 2021 when federal parliament resumes from the festive season break. Our message is simple: prioritise religious freedoms protections now, don’t persecute Christians this Christmas!

Faith-based businesses, schools, hospitals, aged care homes and community organisations must be allowed to operate within their sincerely held beliefs - a right promised upon the Morrison government’s election prior to COVID-19. 

As Christians across Australia, we will not be silent about the issues that are important to us. Our faith speaks to the different aspects of our lives as a guiding light for the principles that we hold dear. 

It would be foolish to not enhance protections for the Christians freedoms that have so profoundly shaped the Australian way of life.

Sincerely,

[Your Name]

Uphold your election promise now!

Dear Prime Minister and Attorney General,

It is disappointing that the enhancement of religious freedom protections has been placed on the backburner by the Morrison government over the last 12 months.

We are calling upon you to provide assurance that you will begin work to protect our religious freedoms as early as February 2021 when federal parliament resumes from the festive season break. Our message is simple: prioritise religious freedoms protections now, don’t persecute Christians this Christmas!

Faith-based businesses, schools, hospitals, aged care homes and community organisations must be allowed to operate within their sincerely held beliefs - a right promised upon the Morrison government’s election prior to COVID-19. 

As Christians across Australia, we will not be silent about the issues that are important to us. Our faith speaks to the different aspects of our lives as a guiding light for the principles that we hold dear. 

It would be foolish to not enhance protections for the Christians freedoms that have so profoundly shaped the Australian way of life.

Sincerely,

[Your Name]