By: City Bible Forum
It’s a bit of a buzz term at the moment, but when we say “Australia is a secular country” are we talking about a freedom from religion or a freedom for religion in this wide brown country of ours? Continue reading “The Subjective State of ‘Secularism’ – What is a Secular Country, Really?”
By: Alec Bennetts
“Nobody is entitled to intellectual safety, nobody is entitled not to have their fundamental and cherished views challenged… All knowledge and all opinion is provisional until something more persuasive comes along. If we shut down the persuasive process we will stop advancing,” Continue reading ““The Law Shouldn’t Protect Us From Having Our Views Challenged”, Says Leading Barrister & Historian”
By: Amy Cheng
International Women’s Day (IWD), Tuesday 8 March, is an opportunity to celebrate women but also to lament about how women have been treated, an academic and mentor to young women has said.
Continue reading “Dr Katrina Clifford Helping Change Problematic College Cultures for Women”
By: Akos Balogh
Are the majority of Atheists and other non-religious Aussies right when it comes to religious discrimination in Australia?
Continue reading “Why The Atheists Are Right About Religious Discrimination In Australia”