An opinion piece in The Australian has the title "Christian churches drifting too far from the marketplace of ideas".
Hey! What! Isn't that title twisting the truth? Isn't there more truth in a title like:
"Marketplace of ideas filled with minority lobby
interests such that the voice of the church has
been drowned out"
By this I suggest that the church's voice is there in the public arena, and it is there quite boldly and loudly, yet airtime offered minority lobby groups often leaves one picking through a potpourrri of weird and wonderful moral-stretching notions. This is captured by a commentator to the article thus: