Religion and republicanism in Australian politics – Eureka Street

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It’s blog-lite today as this weekend’s heavy schedule descends. Eureka Street often comes in to fill a gap at such times as it often is the medium that reflects most closely my own position (with some exceptions). I would probably want to spend some time, should it be available, reflecting on how religion and politics have danced around each other in this week’s parliamentary debates. Instead I offer this video interview with John Warhust, ANU Emeritus Professor of Political Science – Religion and republicanism in Australian politics – Eureka Street. Maybe his observations find some reflection on how MPs have answered some questions in this week’s parliament.

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Not really retired but reshaped and reshaping. Now a pilgrim at large ready to engage with what each day brings.

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