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Subject: "Why Christians Differ On 'Conversion Therapy' Bans and On the Subject of Sexual 'Orientations' : And Why It Matters"

Dr Mike Davidson (Meeting on ZOOM)

Friday, 01 July 2022 at 7.00pm (London/UK Time)


Mike worked as an academic, staff and student developer at the universities of Rhodes, Nottingham, Surrey and Ulster. He founded the charity, Core Issues Trust (CIT) in 2007. He produced and directed the feature documentary film, Voices of the Silenced (2018). He actively participates in UK media debate around sexual politics. He is a board member of the Alliance for Therapeutic Choice and Scientific Integrity incorporating the NARTH Institute (Alliance) in the USA. He is chairman of the International Federation for Therapeutic and Counselling Choice (IFTCC) which attracts participants from 26 countries. He was refused certification by the UKCP (United Kingdom Council of Counselling and Psychotherapy) and BPA (British Psychodrama Association) because of his views on homosexuality and continues to advocate for the rights and freedoms of those leaving unwanted homosexuality.

His work for CIT and IFTCC has come about from his own journey out of homosexual living and his passion to preserve the rights and freedoms for individuals who seek change and to direct their own pathways. He therefore opposes the “must stay gay culture” and works on an almost daily basis with those seeking freedom from homosexual and transgender behaviours, feelings and identities. He found the Lord Jesus in his late teens, is married to Lynore and they have two children. He loves archaeology, sunshine and the green grass of Ireland.

No Oxford Hephzibah meeting in August 2022.