Rendering unto God

Anderson, Alan
March 2010
Institute of Public Affairs Review;Mar2010, Vol. 62 Issue 1, p12
The article reports on regulation of religious affairs by the Australian government. It states that faith-based institutions are confronted with offensive anti-discrimination laws undermining their right to adhere to their belief structures in conducting their affairs. It notes that hostility to religion is not limited to the increasingly aggressive assertions of secularism by public institutions. It mentions that religious vilification laws are restricting religious discourse.


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