DATE : February 24, 2020 AUTHOR : Voice for Justice Webmaster
PLEASE NOTE THIS DEBATE HAS BEEN POSTPONED. In September 1620, a group of English Puritans, branded traitors and hounded for their Separatist beliefs by King James and Parliament, set sail from Plymouth. They were heading for the Americas, known at the time as the New World, and their intention was to establish a colony where they could practise their belief without fear of persecution. The ship they sailed on was the Mayflower.
To mark the 400th anniversary of their momentous voyage, Voice for Justice UK is planning a year-long series of events to celebrate their fight for religious freedom and the right to express their beliefs, without intimidation and free from persecution.
Four speakers, tackling four different areas, will give their views on the reality of freedom in the UK today…READ MORE
DATE : November 18, 2019 AUTHOR : Voice for Justice Webmaster
To assist voters in deciding how to vote, VfJUK has sent the following questions to leaders of the main Parties, asking for details of their Party’s policy. As they respond, we shall print their answers for comparison on our website. So far only the Christian Peoples’ Alliance have replied in detail. Party responses are included after each question.READ MORE
DATE : September 26, 2019 AUTHOR : Voice for Justice Webmaster
We live in strange times. We have increasing knowledge of how quickly the unborn develop, and know how to save them if they are born too early. At 6 weeks we can detect their beating heart – at 20 weeks we know they feel and react to pain. Technology has made visible their humanity, but it cannot cure the blindness of our heart.
Last year there were 200, 605 recorded abortions, or as Reverend Lynda Rose pointed out 530 terminations every day.
Yet we seem intent on creating more.
We want to bring 28 week abortion to Northern Ireland. The Gender Equality Advisory Council is even pushing for abortion to be allowed up to birth.
With this in the background Voice for Justice UK’s conference, aptly named Slaughter of the Innocent, could not have been better timed.
The aim was to show “How abortion affects us all”. It did much more…READ MORE