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Religious institutions already have enough freedom — what they want is a bill to help rebuild their dwindling congregation.
If the government's proposed religious freedom bill passes then the question of what, exactly, constitutes a religion will once again be up for scrutiny.
The question of which states do and do not require ministers to report child abuse is a complicated one — and it goes all the way to the Vatican.
The Prime Minister insists he has no 'political agenda' when he speaks about his faith. But his recent appearance at church that's been accused of institutional homophobia is cause for concern.
In this changed political climate, the Christian Democratic Party can only hope to succeed by greatly expanding its appeal to non-Christians.
The number of religious Australians may be in decline, but it won't help Labor much in the short term.
Bower made Gosford Anglican Church famous for its provocative and insistent messages on refugees, LGBT rights and more. Can that radical voice now disrupt the political establishment?