Westminster 2010: Declaration of Christian Conscience

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Westminster 2010: Declaration of Christian Conscience is a Christian manifesto launched on Easter Sunday 2010 in the United Kingdom. It is modeled on the Manhattan Declaration in the United States and addresses the same three concerns: heterosexual marriage, the sanctity of human life, and freedom of conscience. The declaration states that marriage is "the only context for sexual intercourse".

Its signatories include the former Archbishop of Canterbury Lord Carey.

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