There is a battle about how people identify their religion on the census.
Crikey readers talk fingerprinting, the cost of the war in Iraq and a myth of atheism.
Richard Dawkins and Sam Harris are beating us over the head with blunt and meaningless references -- it's been a bad week in atheism.
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.
It’s politics, for God’s sake, but how much does politicians' religiosity actually sway the Christian voter bloc? Researcher Grant Power investigates.
Crikey readers have their say.
Calls to ban the burqa come from both the conservative and liberal sides of the fence. But a possible ban has nothing to do with women's liberation and everything to do with defending the Iraq and Afghanistan invasions, writes Jacinda Woodhead.
This one's buzzing about the Aussie blogosphere today: Sunshine Coast Athiests declares war on the "political posturing" of Australia's religious institutions: the sleeping "atheist dragon" has been woken, it warns. Let the fire breathing begin!