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Godless congregation coming to the city of churches

An atheist church is about to open its second Australian congregation. Crikey intern Bension Siebert got out his Sunday best and headed down to talk to Melbourne’s godless believers.

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Religion v feminism: which has done more for humanity?

Religion may bring eternal happiness — but has feminism done more good for humankind than all the gods put together? In this book excerpt, a comparison of the two and why feminism is more derided than religion.

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Tips and rumours

What’s behind Tassie oyster disaster? … sports star’s wedding gets colourful … no tears over Fairfax cull …

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No schools crusade, kids just prefer a Christ-less Xmas

The media likes to claim Christmas is under attack in state schools. But Melbourne secondary teacher Chris Fotinopoulos found that most parents and pupils are fine with a Christ-less Christmas. Pop stars and circus routines, anyone?

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Shutting the school gate on God: a teacher’s view

The controversial “chaplains in schools” program split one Victorian state high school, as teacher Chris Fotinopoulos reports. He asked the students what they thought of religion in school.

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Zealots in school … Jesus loves me, this I know, cos he gave me a Freddo

Religious representatives masquerading as youth workers are enjoying unsupervised access to students in certain state schools without the knowledge of some parents, writes Chris Fotinopoulos, a state schoolteacher and Melbourne writer.

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Are women an offense to God’s eyes?

His son never married a woman and was born by a virgin who never used her “womanly organs.” One of his son’s female pals was possessed by demons. “He” is, of course, God. Roger Ebert asks: does God hate women?

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Princess Di is Mahmoud Ahmadinejad’s secret girlfriend

Prove that I lie!

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Barack Obama is Jesus! True!

Biblical scholars discover the true truth about Barack Obama

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Why we’re still talking about religion

Science, reason, liberalism, capitalism — they aren’t enough. British critic Terry Eagleton argues that only religion unites “the most universal and absolute of truths” with people’s everyday life. Stanley Fish reviews his book on the subject.

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The Pope and I

A true story by First Dog on the Moon

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There is no God

But wait…

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Alcopops…

are John Howard’s fault?

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