“What the dominate culture adopts as its position regarding the existence of God will, for better or worse, set the tone for a whole society. If a benevolent culture is allowed to prevail, its uplifting benefits will guide and protect the everyday life of all its adherents”. Today’s Australian society, that is predominately based on Judeo- Christian worldview, is basically under attack from two main ideologies - Militant secularism and Radical Islam.
Militant secular societies in their extreme are godless. Personal qualities, emotions and desires are surpressed for the benefit of the nation state, productivity is paramount and quality of life measured by material prosperity.
Radical Islam is built on the premise that everything you are and everything you own is to be used for the spread of Islam and in the name of Allah.
“No, We Can’t - Radical Islam, Militant secularism and the myth of coexistence”
by Robert Stearns.
Key areas of our Christian heritage is under attack:
Our national basic moral code, public service, governance and legal system is derived from the Ten Commandments and Jesus’ teaching of love, sanctity of life, forgiveness, and call to serve humanity.
Monday 5 September 2011
12 noon - 1.30 pm
~ Theatrette, NSW Parliament House, Macquarie St, Sydney ~
SPECIAL SPEAKER: MARK MULLINS
BA HONS ( DUNELM) DIP IN LAW (CITY OF WESTMINESTER)
TOPIC: The Vanishing Gospel in Legal Circles and the call to Preach it.
MARK MULLINS is a practicing barrister at the Bar of England and Wales. He is also an evangelical elder at Stroud Green Christian Assembly .
Mark has been actively involved in campaigning for Christian values in society and has appeared in British and foriegn media including Sky News and BBC TV and Radio as well as speaking to members of Parliament on thes issues.
Mark has represented clients involved in Christian interest cases which includethe last blasphemy challenge before its abolition in a case btought against the BBC for broadcasting Jerry Springer the Opera in 2006. He also acted for Emily Mapfuwa in her case against the Baltic Centre for Contemporary Art where a blasphemous and grossly indecent statue of Christ was displayed.
Mark served on the Council of the Lawyers Christian Fellowship from 2003 - 2008 when he was London Chairman, Chairman of the Public Policy Committee and an editor of the LCF's magazine. Mark has spoken to Christian lawyers in Uganda, Nigeria, Kenya, New Zealand and Australia
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