Christian charity ordered to pay London $155,000 after city bans its ‘ex-gay’ ads


Steve Weatherbe

The British Court of Appeal has effectively ruled that homosexual advocacy trumps the free speech of Christians not only in government but in jurisprudence.

The court refused Wednesday to hear an appeal of a decision that not only went against a small Christian charity providing counselling for people troubled by their homosexual feelings, but awarded their opponent—Transport for London, the public bus authority— £100,000 (about 155,000 USD) in legal costs.

“It’s not the end for us,” said Core Issues Trust’s founder and director Dr. Michael Davidson. “But it is truly tragic because it marginalizes and ignores people who are trying to move away from having homosexual feelings.”



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