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.
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?
A burning building is a chance for rebirth. A West entirely blind to its own insoluble faith is a chance only for death.
The immolation of Notre Dame de Paris rips at the threads that link us to our ancestors and to our descendants, regardless of whether we're religious or not.
Scott Morrison is trying to find the right balance between his dual image as a devout Christian, and a daggy but relatable suburban dad.
What type of evangelical is Scott Morrison? The overnight Christian who sought God for practical reasons? Or is he the true believer, who got the faith young, and sees it as the core organising principle of his world?
Morrison's public appeals to religion have made it difficult for him to get back into the likeable suburban dad demeanour. And the right commentariat aren’t helping. They still think they're fighting the '60s/'70s culture war.