Ethics & Religion

Proselytising through military doctrine

To the casual observer, the inclusion of religious concepts in the Australian Army’s warfighting doctrine would seem to be a …

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Is Christian nationalism being written out of the 6 January story?

When they entered the Senate chamber on 6 January 2021, a group of insurgents stopped and bowed their heads in …

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Reasons to be hopeful for more accurate Census data on religion

At the 2021 Census, we’d like to think that our Census21 – Not Religious? campaign was moderately influential, at the …

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How Christians on both sides of abortion divide appeal to the Bible

In the days since the Supreme Court overturned Roe v Wade, which had established the constitutional right to an abortion, …

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Can ethical leaders make teams more creative?

The ubiquity of social media means that in today’s business environment, an organisations’ actions are highly visible to the public. …

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A country retreating from faith

The 2021 census reveals a society in transformation. In terms of religion, the earth is shifting beneath our feet. Rocketing …

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The religion question: Counting down to the census results

The results of the 2021 census are due to be released at the end of this month. One of the …

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Affirming same-sex marriage in the Anglican Church

Every three years, Anglicans from across Australia gather for our national synod, a five-day meeting to discuss important issues affecting …

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Anzac Day: Religious services are turning veterans away

I didn’t attend the Anzac dawn service this year. In truth, I have not attended a dawn service for over …

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Challenging the Jesus myth theory

“I believe that no discovery of fact, however trivial, can be wholly useless to the race, and that no trumpeting …

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Why does Stan Grant’s opinion about religion pass as ‘analysis’ on the ABC?

We recall the controversy surrounding Emma Alberici’s 2018 article about corporate tax cuts. Subsequently, the ABC judged it to have …

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Has the pandemic fundamentally changed our ethics?

Over the past two years, our lives have changed in unprecedented ways. In the face of the pandemic, we have …

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