By Meredih Doig, The Big Smoke, 2 April 2020
While Scott Morrison’s religiosity is well known, the fact that he’s using it to dictate policy and navigate crisis should be the tipping point.
It may come as a surprise to some but Australia is not the 51st state of the United States, and our politicians are not expected to wear their religiosity on their sleeve.
We are – or we should be – a secular nation. Not anti-religious, but secular. There’s a difference.
Read the full article: God give us strength – Morrison’s faith is a national problem (The Big Smoke)
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