Dual Citizens Episode 4 – Religious Discrimination Bill and the “Snowflake” Generation

Here’s the latest episode of Dual Citizens! I talk about the issues behind the Religious Discrimination Bill that the government has just withdrawn from Parliament, the increasing “snowflake” nature of so many, and what links the two. Just want the audio? Here you go: As always, keen to hear your thoughts. https://media.blubrry.com/dual_citizens/s/content.blubrry.com/dual_citizens/Podcast.mp3Podcast: Play in new […]

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Religious Discrimination: Why I Welcome a National Law

The Religious Discrimination Bill 2021 and related legislation which is now before the Federal Parliament, is much-needed and long-awaited. While not perfect, it has many good aspects which Christians—as well as those of other faiths and all Australians—ought to welcome. First, it fills a huge gap in Australian legislation. Did you know that here in Sydney where […]

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Freedom – A Hill to Die On

You’re a sinner. I don’t know what your particular proclivity is but I do know one thing for sure. You’re a sinner. Mind you, I’m a sinner too but it could be that you didn’t even get to this second line because you were already offended by what I wrote.  That’s your prerogative, but it […]

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Marriage Law in Australia - A Brief Survey

One of the arguments raised in the ongoing discussion here in Australia over “gay marriage” is that the Howard Government's Marriage Amendment Bill 2004 [pdf] imposed an unfair and unnecessary restriction upon the understanding of marriage in Australia. The Bill was quite simple – here's the original text: Schedule 1—Amendment of the Marriage Act 1961 1  […]

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