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Double Shot S2E6: Is there a place for Faith in politics? Brianna McKee, Lyle Shelton, and Andrew L. Urban

8 March 2024

12:15 AM

8 March 2024

12:15 AM

Religion and politics are two subjects that Australians prefer to keep separated, at least, that was true. In the modern age, a passive secularism from the State has given way to Net Zero dogma based upon the theory of Climate Change.

It is a belief system that many are likening to a death cult and, if so, this means faith has returned to politics leaving Christians to wonder if they should re-assert their beliefs before the Marxists take over.

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