Should the government support marriage?


Event Details

6 July 2020
20:00 - 21:00

Join us live for this event on Monday 6 July for our Gospel Issues seminar! You’ll also be able to interact with us live, by asking your questions in the chat section.

We’ll be live on our YouTube channel and also on our Facebook page.

About this Event

Marriage is the stabilising bedrock of society, yet society seems intent on eroding its Biblical definition: that marriage is reserved for one man and one woman. When society understands marriage as something it was never intended to be, should the government be promoting it? Dr Tony Rucinski from Coalition for Marriage explores how and why the government should promote the benefits of traditional Biblical marriage and how it provides the foundation for society.

We will be joined by Christian Concern’s Chief Executive, Andrea Williams, Head of Public Policy, Tim Dieppe and Christian Legal Centre client Izzy Montague for the Q&A session. Click here to read more about Izzy’s case.

More about the series

Gospel Issues is Christian Concern’s seminar series launched last year to inform and equip the church on issues that Christians are facing today. Whether we are aware of it or not, society is changing at a rapid rate, and many Christians are finding themselves at odds with the truths of the Bible and what is being accepted and promoted in modern society.

At the first Monday of each month, we will explore hot-button topics such as transgenderism, abortion, education reforms, marriage and Islam. These seminars aim to give Christians clear and compassionate ways of understanding, responding to and challenging the issues that are becoming ever present in schools, workplaces and churches.

Join us as we explore the ideological roots of the challenges around us and put on the mind of Christ as we think through the Biblical responses needed.

You can also watch all of our previous seminars for free!

“Do not conform to the pattern of this world, but be transformed by the renewing of your mind. Then you will be able to test and approve what God’s will is — his good, pleasing and perfect will.” Romans 12:2

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