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Professor Patrick Parkinson
Israel Folau and I don’t have much in common; but two things we share. The first is that we are both committed Christians within the evangelical tradition of faith. We take the Bible seriously as...
Stephen McAlpine
You may have ticked “no religion” in the census, and you may have ticked “yes” in the marriage postal survey, but a loss of freedom of religion can still affect you.
Adjunct Associate Professor Barry Bussey

Trinity Western’s ‘torturous’ battle for freedom

Adjunct Associate Professor Barry Bussey
Sep 29, 2017
Trinity Western University has been the epicenter of a Canadian cultural battle because of its code of conduct that every student and faculty member is to sign. At the heart of the conflict: which will prevail, freedom of religion or freedom not to be offended?
marriage has never really been just about two individuals. Although it is the most intimate and personal of unions it is also a public institution. It shapes our culture like no other. Others are involved, and foremost among them are children.
Michael Kellahan

Lets’s Disagree, Without Being Disagreeable

Michael Kellahan
Aug 17, 2017
Australians must be allowed to make the case that this thing called marriage, when it has actually been practiced, has brought fantastic good to the wider society. People shouldn't be ashamed to speak up for the classical vision of it. Many are not persuaded that a legal or cultural rearrangement of marriage will bring good. Most importantly, we believe in the freedom to speak and express those beliefs.