Blaise Joseph

Blaise Joseph is a third-year commerce student at the University of New South Wales with a strong interest in social policy.

Blaise is originally from Canberra, the centre of politics and the public service in Australia. Unsurprisingly, he has had a good dose of both. He took a gap year after finishing school, working at the Department of Broadband, Communications and the Digital Economy. But he wanted a more active life, so he moved to Sydney for university, where he is studying very hard with a grand total of 12 hours of class per week.

Consistent with the Australian ethos, he is a keen sports enthusiast. He is a big fan of the Canberra Raiders (even when they lose), and tries to stay reasonably fit (both physically and spiritually).

Is Trump the new Constantine?
11 Nov 2016 | FEATURES |  
tags: Christianity, Constantine, Donald Trump, Roman Empire
Eight months ago, Blaise Joseph cast Trump as a new Constantine, the pagan emperor who set Christianity free. Here is his far-sighted article.

Is Trump the new Constantine?
22 Mar 2016 | FEATURES |  
tags: 2016 elections, conservatism, Donald Trump, political correctness
The conservative Christian case for The Donald

What is next on Cameron’s gay rights agenda?
28 Jul 2013 | CONJUGALITY |  
tags: marriage, United Kingdom
Now that the UK Prime Minister has had his way on redefining marriage, he has more plans on marriage and family.

What do Australians really think about same-sex marriage?
14 Jul 2013 | CONJUGALITY |  
tags: Australia, marriage, polls, referendum
The Australian same-sex marriage lobby is triumphant about the results of a new poll. But what did the research actually show?

So much for the rights of the child
14 Jul 2013 | CONJUGALITY |  
tags: Canada, same-sex parenting
A case in Canada this week has highlighted the concerns surrounding same-sex marriage and parenting.

All quiet on the Aussie front
10 Jul 2013 | CONJUGALITY |  
tags: Australia, marriage, Media
What has happened to the same-sex marriage debate in Australia lately?

What next for marriage in the US?
3 Jul 2013 | CONJUGALITY |  
tags: DOMA, marriage, United States
The great debate over marriage still has a long way to go.

Some reflections on the US Supreme Court rulings
27 Jun 2013 | CONJUGALITY |  
tags: civil unions legislation, DOMA, United States
So did the Supreme Court get in right? And where to from here for marriage in the US?

US Supreme Court strikes down DOMA, refuses to rule on Prop 8
27 Jun 2013 | CONJUGALITY |  
tags: civil unions legislation, DOMA, United States
The long-awaited rulings by the US Supreme Court relating on two marriage cases have finally been set down.

Where would children come from in male same-sex marriages?
22 Jun 2013 | CONJUGALITY |  
tags: same-sex parenting, surrogacy
Two men having a child means surrogacy. And a new study indicates that surrogacy is harmful to children’s emotional health.

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