The magazine's founders say they experienced "a flood of judgement" after Australia voted to legalise same-sex marriage last year, and a number of advertisers withdrew their support.
Experts and community leaders had warned of the dangers of a public vote on same-sex marriage but their advice fell on deaf ears. We're still living with the consequences, writes Joshua Badge.
The new policy aims to protect the church against claims of discrimination but lawyers are warning it could have serious, detrimental impacts on the community.
The Sydney Anglican Diocese has backed down on a controversial policy banning smoking ceremonies on church property following outrage from indigenous leaders, school principals and priests.
The Sydney Anglican Church is set to vote on sweeping powers that will ensure that no same-sex marriage services or receptions, meditative yoga or traditional Indigenous smoking ceremonies will be held on any of their extensive properties.
In what is being billed as a potential "world first", women from the Anglican Church who have been the victims of domestic abuse from their husbands will be able to apply for substantial financial assistance.
Forner attorney-general Philip Ruddock says his report into religious protections recommends narrowing the scope of existing sex discrimination laws which allow religious schools to refuse to teach gay pupils.
The leaking of the Ruddock review, which recommends formalising religious schools' ability to turn away gay students, comes at a bad time for Scott Morrison, who is stuck between conservative MPs and the Wentworth by-election, writes Patricia Karvelas.
Speaking at an event in Manhattan, Malcolm Turnbull says he was the first Australian prime minister to have been in favour of same-sex marriage, and compares himself to his predecessors Julia Gillard and Tony Abbott.