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Pell decision a victory for all abuse survivors

Not only is George Pell's loss of appeal a win against his victims, but a triumph for abuse ...  
Wren's Week: Religious protection and ScoMo goes troppo

Issues relating to the protection of religious practices have arisen again while our Prime Mini ...  
Pell the influencer

With free time on his hands, the once Cardinal George Pell discovers he has a facility as a s ...  
A day in the life of that champion of free speech, Israel Folau

Folau’s fun-filled day starts at the Sydney Cricket Ground, watching the Sydney Swans do battle ...  
Christianity, intolerance and Christopher Pearson

Christianity has a track record of marginalising people for illegitimate reasons, writes Melvin ...  
Srebrenica, 11 July 1995: The 'White Genocide'

Bilal Cleland reminds us that the rise of fundamentalist populism in otherwise liberal societies ...  
Wren's Week: Australia, the laughing stock of the world

This week, John Wren delves into our Prime Minister's obsession with religion and why our nation ...  
I will not let Scott Morrison turn me into a junkie

Dr Martin Hirst explains why he is not going to swallow the Government’s opiate for the masse ...  
Universities, Folau, AFP raids and why free speech isn't free

The truths that expose corruption come with a price. Whistleblowers pay that price.  
Religious freedom Talibangelicals have jumped the shark

While our Government's focus on religious freedom is a hot topic, it's reminding many that reli ...  
Religion should be separate from State, but apparently not in the 46th Parliament

The line between religion and State is becoming increasingly blurred, with no help from the Labor ...  
The divine rapture of Scott Morrison

Months after the miracle of 18 May, PM ScoMo finds himself still firmly in the embrace of divine ...  
Israel Folau, contract law and discrimination

No end is in sight for the debate about Israel Folau’s right to promote his fundamentalist ...  
Why the religious Right needs to be victimised to know it’s alive

Christian organisations in Australia have been given a chance to play victim in their pursuit of ...  
Israel Folau and the anti-gay lobby kicking against the breeze

Israel Folau’s sacking from Rugby Australia comes as religious communities worldwide are prof ...  
Nigeria is sleepwalking into the Saudi-Iranian conflict

Nigeria's foreign relations with Israel are pitching the Muslim and Christian population against ...  
'Getting a go', Pentecostal Prime Minister-style

If you are not of Morrison’s faith, your Prime Minister believes you will endure eternal damn ...  
The Pentecostal PM, miracles and messiahs

The return of the Liberals to Government is being hailed as a miracle by all and sundry.