Federal Treasurer Scott Morrison has defended the right of a Christian commentator to make controversial statements concerning homosexuality, which have included likening the advancement of gay rights to the rise of Nazism in pre-war Germany. Credit: James Brickwood. The author and radio host has drawn parallels between the current push for equality and the Church failing to stand up to the Nazi party.
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Trumpeter Christian Scott discusses confronting police brutality, the marginalization of women in jazz, his New Orleans heritage and more. Mentored by his uncle Donald Harrison Jr. I think almost everything you hear that comes out of this culture of music in some way harkens back to what was happening in New Orleans inright?
Church had always been a part of his life and for the past decade, his spiritual home has been this bustling sanctuary with a cross formed from bright lights. But he was not with them this past Sunday. Morrison and his faith represent a break with tradition in Australia, where politics has long been ardently secular. In many ways, Mr.
Eric Metaxas — a celebrity Christian broadcaster and author, who will appear at the event alongside federal Treasurer Scott Morrison — made the comments in a interview discussing his book about anti-Nazi dissident Dietrich Bonhoeffer. Metaxas argues the Church in Germany had been too weak to stand up to the evils of Nazism, and that American Christianity has also become complacent, complaining that scripture has been undermined by theological liberalism. Without objection from Metaxas, he claims Nazi Germany was associated with a rise in homosexuality.
Drag and drop boxes to rearrange! Who is Christian Scott? Biography, gossip, facts?
Trumpeter Christian Scott out of New Orleans is a hot property in jazz these days. He has received considerable critical acclaim for his unique tone he plays a specially made trumpet and the intensity of his playing. Scott sees it in the lineage of those Sixties album — rock and jazz — which were uniquely connected to the social and political concerns of their period.
Ancestral Recall Feat. The tempo she sets for the song evokes a sashaying walk, brisk but by no means hectic. It helps that Russell is on terra firma with this style, essentially to the manner born.
A year ago, at the age of 35, Vicky Beeching said the words that can save a person: I am gay. The complexities and repercussions of doing this stretched far beyond her family and friends. She was raised an evangelical Christian in Britain before becoming a major star on the American Christian rock scene, her songs booming from every megachurch across the Bible Belt.