Our Top Ten Posts of 2017
2017 was a landmark year for Australians, and for Victorians in particular. In fact, it was a triumph for the cultural revolution and its minions. Marriage was redefined and Christians endured an unprecedented attack on their faith, which is not openly scorned in the public square. the Catholic Church in particular was targeted, as the Royal Commission into Institutional Responses to Child Sexual Abuse became a witch hunt designed to humiliate Catholics, while failing to offer true healing to victims of abuse.
Queensland and New South Wales managed to stave off the decriminalisation of abortion, while Victoria legalised assisted killing. The incidence of violent crime is rising, particularly among immigrants who refuse to assimilate. Our two major parties are almost indistinguishable in their policies and both incapable of leading our country into the future.
But one great result has risen in response to this tidal wave of immorality and persecution: Christians are banding together, getting involved and becoming emboldened to fight evil head-on. Websites like this one are a small part of that fight, and I’d like to take this opportunity to thank all of my readers, contributors and techies for playing your part in changing the culture. It’s taken several generations for the culture of death to wreak this degree of havoc in our country, and we won’t rebuild our culture overnight. But the work has definitely begun in earnest. It’s my honour to work alongside you as we work to build a culture of life.
Although we’re still a small website, we were able to produce some articles that had good readership during the year. Here are our most popular articles of 2017: how many have you read? Click on the title to read the article.