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Episode 51 – 29 June 2016

Senate count part 2

Liberal National how to vote card

P&C Qld asking for opinions click here

Mike Baird is building prisons click here

Liberal Senator opposes abortion clinic protest exclusion zones click here

Abortion law reform click here

And abortion law information paper click here

Where religions stand on abortion law click here

Religious groups in Victorian state schools click here

Have we mentioned vampires click here

Lyle Shelton thinks Brexit is great click here

Catholic schools urge parents not to vote for the Greens click here

Obligations on religions to provide financial accounts click here

Footballers praying click here

Doctors against euthanasia click here

Strike Kenya off the list click here

Paul Keating on tax cuts click here

The Ellis defence click here

Montreal priests cannot be alone with children click here

Vietnamese fishermen click here

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Episode 32 – 17 February 2016

Assistance for Cardinal Pell click here and Kristina Kinneally on Tim Minchin’s song click here

The ACL on marriage equality and hate speech click here and their friends attack a school formal click here

Anglican Archbishop of Sydney on gender equality click here

School teachers struggle to get rent assistance if “living in sin”.

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Episode 30 – 3 February 2016

beg forgiveness

National day of prayer click here

Abortion prayer vigil click here

MP’s go to church click here

A new IPSOS  click here

Be like Bill click here

Religious oath in SA click here

Got something secular to get off your chest?

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Episode 19 – 3 November 2015

Students excused from Anthem.

Religion gives comfort argument. Paul’s argues that if you teach
people to pray for solutions they are less likely to work for
solutions.

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Episode 18 – 29 October 2015

HRC religious freedom round table

The Fist meets with Queensland Education Minister Kate Jones.

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Episode 17 – 21 October 2015

Entry into schools for Christians allows entry by all denominations click here and click here

Electoral Law Reform Commission click here

The Human Rights Commission round table on religious freedom click here and the poor response of the Rationalist Society click here

The Acton Lecture on religion and freedom click here and the predictions of a Catholic Archbishop click here

More on the TPP click here and the China FTA click here

QandA –

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Episode 12 – 20 September 2015

Andrew Daniels gets another big tick,  secular education, Syrian refugees, religious impacts on vote,

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Episode 10 – 26 August 2015

A great week for secularism.

Victoria pushes SRI aside.

The Bureau of Statistics announces changes to the religious affiliation question in the next census.

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Episode 9 – 19 August 2015

  1. Dyson Heydon – not looking good. Comparisons to Gillian Triggs and Tim Carmody.

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Episode 8 – 12 August 2015

  1. Tony Abbott works the system to avoid a conscience vote on Gay Marriage
  2. Malcolm Fraser on power.

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