Monthly Archives: August 2010

ACCESS ministry sets up dead link to handle complaints

Have a complaint with the fact that your child is being given religious instruction out of a cartoon book, sick to death of having to choose between the state approved version of religion or treating your child as if she … Continue reading

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Postwar reconstruction … send money for Jesus, moral standards shot

There has never been a time in the history of Australia when the church was not fully committed to telling everyone who would listen that the moral standards of the day were in tatters.  This was true in 1850 and … Continue reading

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Beyond the Pale … more shamelessness from ACCESS

The Australian Psychological Society has said in terms that are unmistakable, that the Government paying ParaChurches to hire counselors to work in state schools is a professional and ethical violation. Yet, the ParaChurches are flaunting every professional and ethical standard … Continue reading

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Evonne Claims Victory, 222 Million reasons to smile.

Why is Evonne Paddison smiling?  She, along with a group of other ParaChurches, just successfully lobbied the Commonwealth to increase their funding by about 30%. You’d be smiling too, if your mission was to run a mission in the State … Continue reading

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3Quarks on Secular Education … what to do if you get tired of attacking religion.

Over at a blog called “3QuarksDaily” a writer named “Quinn O’Neil” has posted an article that touches on themes dear to StateReligionVIC’s core issue.  The article was given a bit of push back form prominent Australian Atheist, Russell Blackford. , who … Continue reading

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Dr Frank’s 1962 plea for the C.C.E.S to focus on education, rather than indoctrination

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The Amazing Twisted Logic of Michael Jensen

Posting over on the SRE ON TRIAL website, Michael Jensen gives us this amazing justification of the practice of SRE … it seems that in his view, what allows public education to be inclusive and tolerant is a bit of … Continue reading

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