A "watershed case" regarding freedom of expression on the subject of homosexuality was handed down in Canada this fall, giving hope to religious liberty advocates in the United States who say the ruling could impact future U.S. decisions.
"Matters of morality, including the perceived morality of certain types of sexual behavior, are topics for discussion in the public forum. Freedom of speech does not just protect polite speech," Alberta Appeals Court Justice Clifton O'Brien wrote in the ruling.
The case, which played out in the courts for a decade, involved Canadian pastor Stephen Boissoin, who wrote letters to the editor of his local newspaper expressing his religious views on homosexuality and his concern that the behavior was being promoted in public schools....
This is a good ruling. It's not the government that's pushing the agenda but activist gay groups trying to promote it through the courts under the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms (our version of the US constitution). But see what's hapenning in Canadian schools - it's scary: http://www.wordsofthislife.ca/2012/10/bullies-schools-sodomite-agenda.html
Finally a victory in silencing those who are truly intolerant. We need not be afraid of man, for God is on our side as we speak the truth in humility and love. This is a huge ruling and reveals how the human rights commission is fraught with anti-Christians. Our God has prevailed.