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The Yes camp’s hostility to religion is losing them votes

Irfan Yusuf September 7, 2017 17 Comments

The Yes crowd must make room for believers in their campaign if they are to represent all the colours of the rainbow.

Meet the No campaign’s Heidi McIvor, with links to the Gippsland Times and a mission from God

Bhakthi Puvanenthiran August 31, 2017 15 Comments

A closer look at a vocal member of the No to same-sex marriage campaign reveals a church on a mission to take over the state.

Greg Sheridan says God is dead, confusing God with his journalistic integrity

David Salter August 28, 2017 13 Comments

Greg Sheridan's turned the Oz into his own personal pulpit, but what he's preaching isn't news.

Freedom of religion is not the right to dictate others’ lives

Michael Bradley August 21, 2017 23 Comments

Tony Abbott, in his clarion call, said vote No for religious freedom and freedom of speech. Michael Bradley explores how Abbott's invocation of freedom relies on trampling over the freedoms of others.

Religious zealots (like Abbott) who oppose same-sex marriage are trying to impose sharia law

Irfan Yusuf August 15, 2017 4 Comments

Australians seem to be perpetually scared of the potential imposition of sharia law, of losing the freedom to live as they desire. But is not our denial of same-sex marriage exactly that?

It’s 2017, for Christ’s sake. Can we finally stop saying The Lord’s Prayer in Parliament?

David Salter June 29, 2017 12 Comments

Our constitution mandates freedom of religion. So why do we open Parliament with a Protestant prayer?

Census mythbusting: have we truly become a nation of Islam-curious Chinese heathens?

Census mythbusting: have we truly become a nation of Islam-curious Chinese heathens?

Charlie Lewis June 28, 2017 4 Comments

We're being swamped by Asians! Our Christian heritage is fading! Islam is surging! Calm down, Australian media.

Taxpayers should shell out for religious indoctrination in public schools because freedom

Josh Taylor May 8, 2017 12 Comments

School chaplains argue they need millions of dollars in taxpayer funding to push their religion in government schools.

Homophobic bakers A-OK but taxi drivers can lump it, says bishop

Josh Taylor January 25, 2017 7 Comments

While bakers are off the hook for same-sex weddings, taxi drivers won't have a choice but to take gay couples to their weddings.

Essential: ‘concerns’ about Aussie Muslims are falling despite bigots

Bernard Keane October 11, 2016

Voters are concerned about Muslims and think there are far more in Australia than there really are. But things have improved since 2011.