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UK ruling: Indirect participants cannot invoke Conscientious Objection

Many thanks to Michelle Hayman, a second-year law student at the University of Toronto’s Faculty of Law, for summarizing this new important new decision from the Supreme Court of the United Kingdom. 350 more words


3/25/15 Morning Musing:  Super-Heroes Don't Always Wear Capes.

I was blown away! This man was making such a generous gesture…I know it wasn’t purely selfless…but it certainly was generous and the reason it spoke so clearly to me…it was to benefit my kids. 1,109 more words


The Sabbath and the Conscience, Part 4

We’ve been addressing the Reformed view of the law this week, particularly as it relates to the issue of Sabbath and the conscience of men. It… 1,197 more words


It is quiet in here today.
I don’t hear me thinking.


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Christianity and the #ConscienceClause

Joan Burton and I agree on very little, but her words on the hopes of some for the introduction of a so-called conscience clause into the Marriage Equality Bill are most welcome. 517 more words



CAST  your burden on the Lord, and he will sustain you;
he will never permit the righteous to be moved.  Psalm 55:22

CAST your anxieties upon the Lord, because He cares for you.   897 more words

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My memoir--my memories

Two eye-witnesses, two conflicting stories. Happens all the time. Right?

Having watched endless courtroom dramas, either live or via Hollywood, we’ve all heard that witnesses often interpret what they’ve seen in different ways. 542 more words