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Those who hold 'traditional' values are unable to any longer look with certainty to the wider society for support; they will instead be labeled as 'anti' one-thing or another.
by Bernard Toutounji - 12/09/2014 - 19 comments
It is not all that long ago that Australia was in the grip of other bitter, very bitter, conflict between the Protestant and Catholic branches of Christianity.
by Ian Nance - 5/08/2014 - 24 comments
It is quite possible the Catholic Church is wealthy enough to pay for all its schools effectively making the approximately $5B+ contributed by the Commonwealth redundant.
by Max Wallace - 18/07/2014 - 12 comments
The re-enchantment of the world by way of the Christian story and the art that attends it exists in parallel with our physical understanding of how the world works.
by Peter Sellick - 30/06/2014 - 29 comments
Who we are as people is defined by things much deeper than how we define our sexuality.
by Bernard Toutounji - 27/06/2014 - 32 comments
Given the universal human rights of freedom of speech, freedom of assembly etc etc, should there be a separate and additional category of religious rights?
by Ralph Seccombe - 19/06/2014 - 279 comments
If people are hungry for spiritual fulfilment at writers festivals, then they'll end up starving.
by Nina Johnson - 12/06/2014 - 37 comments
Our gods, not even recognised as gods but given the same reverence, are such as human rights, freedom of choice and speech and democracy.
by Peter Sellick - 11/06/2014 - 11 comments
It apparently matters not that the Pope can ignore the Fundamental Agreement made by the Holy See with Israel when it suits the Pope to do so.
by David Singer - 4/06/2014 - 26 comments
It has been apparent (to me at least) that the Easter story and the Anzac story have been engaged in their own war of myths for a long time, escalating in the last decade.
by Jim Dowling - 14/05/2014 - 12 comments
There has been talk of 'values' as if it is recognized that we have lost all but means and ends; but it is hardly convincing.
by Peter Sellick - 7/05/2014 - 53 comments
But this is by no means the sum of it. As Nietzsche's Parable of the Madman indicates, the modern age is one in which God dies at our own hands.
by Peter Sellick - 22/04/2014 - 22 comments

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