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Double standards over opening churches have revealed the religious illiteracy of our leaders

31 May 2020

4:33 PM

31 May 2020

4:33 PM

Last week the New South Wales state government announced the easing of restrictions for pubs, clubs, restaurants, museums and libraries so that up to 50 people could be hosted at any given time from the first of June. It took, however, a full week and lobbying from Church leaders and citizens of faith for them to extend those same changes to places of worship, thus revealing, on a generous interpretation, a deep religious illiteracy among the state’s leadership.

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