Akos Balogh

Are the majority of Atheists and other non-religious Aussies right when it comes to religious discrimination in Australia?

Harvard Educated Federal Labor MP Andrew Leigh believes Australia could do with more churches. He believes churches are good for society. And yet Leigh is an Atheist.

Are the majority of Atheists and other non-religious Aussies right when it comes to religious discrimination in Australia?

So you’ve probably heard the news: Global celebrity rapper Kanye West, husband to Kim Kardashian, is confessing Christ as his Lord.

There’s a big mistake many people make about religious discrimination. It’s a threat to other basic freedoms, including non-religious Aussies.

This ‘great untruth’ is leading to the polarisation of our community. If left unchecked, it could spell the end of our democracy.

I’m nervous about adopting ‘white privilege’. It’s an ideologically loaded word, based in large part on non-Christian worldviews and beliefs.

I was informed that there could be an abnormality in the foetus and that I should consider an abortion. I had to hold my ground against pressure from Drs.

In a SMH article criticising current political pushes for religious freedom in Australian law, Elizabeth Farrelly has drawn parallels to The Handmaids Tale.

Religious freedom is a hot issue in Australia today. Modern ‘religious freedom’ may well undermine Christian religious freedom.


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