Dienstag, 3. Juni 2014

Internationale Presseschau: Familie, Religionsfreiheit, Agressionen gegen Christen

Homosexuelle Aktivisten kritisieren Unterstützung für Religionsfreiheit durch Professor in Universität von Virginia: University of Virginia legal scholar Douglas Laycock is in support of religious freedom laws that activists claim could lead to discrimination against LGBT individuals MEHR

Vandalismus gegen evangelikalen Kongress: Unbekannte haben in der Nacht zum 22. Mai das Veranstaltungsgebäude in Kassel – das Haus einer Landeskirchlichen Gemeinschaft – und die benachbarte Zentrale des Evangelischen Gnadauer Gemeinschaftsverbandes (Vereinigung Landeskirchlicher Gemeinschaften) mit roter Farbe beschmiert. MEHR

Katholische Ärzte in Großbritannien zunehmend unter Gewissensnot: Catholic physicians who want to follow their conscience must ‘emigrate,’ UK expert says MEHR

U. S. Centers for Disease Control: traditionelle Familie am sichersten für die Kinder:  the 2011–2012 National Survey of Children’s Health and found that children in nonparental care were 2.7 times as likely as children living with two biological parents to have had at least one adverse experience, and more than two times as likely as children living with one biological parent and about 30 times as likely as children living with two biological parents to have had four or more adverse experiences. MEHR




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