What Kevin Rudd gets wrong about church and state


Scott Morrison has been recently pilloried for outlining how his Christian faith positively influences his role as Australia’s Prime Minister. That itself was something which sent many in the media into apoplexies of derision and rage. Cue former prime minister, Kevin Rudd who showed the greatest misunderstanding on the relationship between church and state.  

If you can’t be bothered reading his anti-Pentecostal invective published by The Guardian, then this  three-and-a-half-minute snippet from 7.30 provides a precis of what he thinks

Note in particular, Rudd’s answer to the initial question by the ABC’s Leigh Sales:  

Sales: The Prime Minister’s…



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