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Sunday, 3 March 2013

Marriage Consultation.

The high number of 'hits' continues!  I hope that many of those who have checked out this blog will do so at least one more time, in order to read the following.

In the next couple of days, supporters in Scotland will receive a postal mailing from CARE which contains information to help them respond to the Scottish Government's ongoing consultation on the implementation of their plans to redefine marriage.  In particular, the consultation looks at the impact of redefining marriage on civil liberties, e.g. for teachers, registrars and public authority workers.  As you will appreciate, my own case has a bearing on this!  However, there will be many who are not on the CARE mailing list - or on any other that might be used.  Accordingly, I am providing the links to both the consultation paper and the CARE briefing.

The best way to respond to the consultation, which closes on 20th March, is to formulate a personal response, using your own words.  You can do this by completing the form on the Scottish Government website which can be found here.  A CARE for Scotland briefing giving advice on what you might like to say can be found here.

A webpage will also be published next week to help those who are pushed for time make a submission online – do look out for this next week!

Thank you for all of the support that you can provide to uphold the current, God-instituted, definition of marriage.  Please share the above information with as many people as possible!


Anonymous said...

I only just read a brief commentary on what has happened concerning your Chaplaincy. Let us prepare for the deluge.My prayers are with you.

C.Brian Ross said...

Thank you. Matt.5:11-12; Lk.6.22

Anonymous said...

Prayers from a Catholic for your suffering for Christ's sake.

Anonymous said...

Just wanted to say: God bless you for standing up for the truth! Well done brother.

C.Brian Ross said...

Thank you both for your prayerful support, and encouragement. The motto of my Bible College was "Pistos ho Theos" = "God is faithful". He is, and always will be. Hallelujah!