Mr Mcalpine has been a street preacher for nearly 15 years.
The aid comes mostly from Western Christian and international humanitarian and charity organizations; some limited aid comes from Western Christian states. Unfortunately, the same Western Christian states and their regional allies also provide financial and military aid to extremist groups, many of which target and kill Christians.
UKIP stalwart David Kurten is striving to unseat a Tory Remainer in his home town. A genuine conservative, Kurten has been a fly in Sadiq Khan’s ointment, courageously speaking up for Brexit and for traditional Christian values in the London Assembly.
Representatives from the other countries (Brazil, Belarus, Egypt, Haiti, Hungary, Libya, Poland, Senegal, St. Lucia, and Uganda) were also rightly concerned about the promotion of abortion through sex education programs to be advanced under the summit initiatives.
He said that "a spirit" resembling Jesus rose from the tomb on Easter. The belief in the Resurrection is the central tenet of the Catholic Faith. I wonder what he thinks happened to the body since the Gospel is quite clear that the tomb was empty at Easter.
The footage of four police officers carrying a disabled man and his wheelchair to a riot van, simply for praying, is deeply disturbing. Its intended effect is to silence any opposition to what is going on in the clinic. Christian’s arrest will have the opposite result.
Other traditionally deeply Christian nations like Spain, Portugal, Italy and Ireland need to jump on board too and follow Hungary’s bold lead. The parties that still –laughingly – dare to call themselves Christian Democrats in the European parliaments need to throw their cowardly and contemptible “me-too” open borders liberalism and cultural appeasement overboard at long last too.
When the father gave a graphic description of what he claimed was being taught, he was asked by the Chair of the event to tone down his language. He responded by saying if it’s not suitable to talk about with adults, “how can it possibly be suitable to talk about in schools?”
Numerous distinguished institutions made submissions to the court case raising serious concerns about the scheme, including the Faculty of Advocates, the Law Society, the Church of Scotland, the British Association for Adoption and Fostering, and the Scottish Parent Teacher Council.