Church and state in Australia : the background and implications of separation
My aim is not to watch the gradual breaking down of a tradition - that of an “established” church – until the separation of church and state occurred, but rather to watch the building up in a new and unprecedented type of colony of a form Church-State relationship which was the practical expression of the political theory and religious thought of the nineteenth century. The story runs from the earliest settlement and the beginnings of organized religion to the time when the drafting of the...[Show more]
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