The religious right are in full cry, but where are the opposing voices? The age-old taboo of not questioning religion has been reasserted.
In this changed political climate, the Christian Democratic Party can only hope to succeed by greatly expanding its appeal to non-Christians.
Scott Morrison is trying to find the right balance between his dual image as a devout Christian, and a daggy but relatable suburban dad.
The new hope of the Liberal Party, as they see it, is a corner of the society that forever believes Jesus wants to lower taxes and stop the boats.
So far under Scott Morrison, the Coalition's image as a no-girls-allowed, boys-rule cubby house has not improved. Could the new prime minister's religion have anything to do with this?
We've heard all sorts of view from people claiming to represent God's will in the marriage equality debate. But just where do all the major religions stand on marriage equality?
The Yes crowd must make room for believers in their campaign if they are to represent all the colours of the rainbow.
News Corp has accused the ABC of waging a war on Christians. Media Watch, as ever, has entered the fray.