Friday 23 Nov 2018 · Trending
One year on, it’s worth us reflecting: what has changed over the last 12 months and how might we act in this new environment?
Friday 27 Oct 2017 · Culture
Freedom of religion is not simply about religion. It’s about the freedom not to be forced by the state to go against our consciences.
Tuesday 24 Oct 2017 · Faith
"Even in Nigeria I had better freedom of speech than [I have] now," Councillor Amadi says, regarding changes in the UK law regarding same-sex marriage.
Sunday 22 Oct 2017 · Faith
A lot of Aussies aren't sure why it's a big issue. James Parker a former gay activist, explains why changing the marriage act is is actually a big deal.
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Saturday 21 Oct 2017 · Faith
"The impacts on any change made to your existing charter freedoms is complex and needs careful consideration", encourages Civil Rights Lawyer
Friday 20 Oct 2017 · Faith
Maybe Australia will be the first country in the Western world to walk that impossible, difficult line between freedom of religion and privacy rights.
Tuesday 17 Oct 2017 · Faith
"The argument for equality rights has become inflated to such a degree that we're now willing to use it against religious freedom".
"In any free and open society it's extremely important on matters to ensure that both side have their viewpoints protected." Prof Iain Benson
Monday 16 Oct 2017 · News
We need to be lovers of freedom and tolerance. A message for both sides of this postal vote, and one that we'll need even more in the ashes of the outcome.
Sunday 8 Oct 2017 · News
Can the marriage law be amended in a way that both ‘sides’ in the current debate could be accommodated?
Thursday 5 Oct 2017 · Faith
Which side of history are Christians on? Advocates for the yes case argue that society has progressed and the church needs to go with it.
Wednesday 4 Oct 2017 · News
Canadian says she was unprepared for the extent to which the legalisation of same-sex marriage would affect legal definitions in her country.