Visions for a Secular Australia: An Atheist and a Christian Debate
JOINT EVENT THURSDAY EVENING WITH CHRISTIAN UNION
A secular society, that is, at least, one where government is not unduly entangled with religion, is widely seen as a good and healthy thing for Australia. But what should it mean for a country to be secular? And on what foundations would such a society be hinged? As debates continue to rage around the place of religious instruction or chaplaincy programs in the education system or the tax status of churches, we invite you to an evening of debate and discussion where atheist and Christian alike can seek to come to grips with the roots of these controversies.
Speakers: James Fodor (Atheist) Rob Miller (Christian)
Attend the event online:
- when: Thursday 18th, 1800-2100
- where: Griffin Gallery, 1888 Building, Melbourne University