Last year, a Royal Commission found that a Pentecostal leader covered up the abuse of a seven-year-old. Yesterday, Scott Morrison wilfully shared a stage with him. His apathy toward victims is painfully clear.
In the second part of his interview with Tanya Levin and Tanya Riches, Randall Frederick discovers that Hillsong remains a subject of debate.
Randall Frederick interviews not one, but two Tanyas – Tanya Levin and Tanya Riches – on their different relationships with the Hillsong Church and their unlikely friendship.
Tanya Levin, author of People in Glass Houses, explains why Hillsong should be answerable to the Royal Commission for its response to the sexual crimes of its founder.
As over 17,000 women flock to this weeks Hillsong’s Colour Your World conference, Tanya Riches looks at whether the church even has room for intelligent women.
With Christmas behind him, and his presents safe from any ‘retribution’, Vincent Varney questions whether Catholicism must change with a changing Australia.