Tanya Levin speaking at the 2010 Global Atheist Convention
|Born||25 August 1971
Durban, South Africa
Tanya Levin (born 1971) is a social worker and writer whose 2007 book People in Glass Houses: An Insider's Story of a Life in and out of Hillsong, an exposé of the Hillsong Church, was short-listed for the 2007 Walkley Non-fiction Book Award.
On 1 July 2015, Levin was arrested for trespass while being interviewed outside the 2015 Hillsong annual conference at Sydney Olympic Park. The arrest came amid increased media scrutiny of the conference, after organisers misled the media about the involvement of Mark Driscoll.
- People in Glass Houses: An Insider's Story of a Life in and out of Hillsong. Black Inc. 2007.
- Crimwife: An Insider's Account of Love behind Bars. Black Inc. 2012. External link in
- Tanya Levin (25 July 2007). People in Glass Houses: An insider's story of a life in and out of Hillsong. Black Inc. ISBN 978-1-921825-58-3.
- Jennifer Sexton (29 April 2006). "The High Cost of Faith". The Weekend Australian (News Limited).
- Andrew Denton interview on Enough Rope, ABC Television, aired 2007-07-30 (transcript)
- Susan Wyndham (13 April 2007). "Singing flat at Hillsong". Sydney Morning Herald, Fairfax. Retrieved 30 July 2007.
- David Marr (4 August 2007). "Hillsong - the church with no answers". Sydney Morning Herald. Retrieved 4 August 2007.
- "Blackincbooks.com web site".
- Aubusson, Kate (1 July 2015). "Outspoken Hillsong critic arrested for trespass at Sydney conference". smh.com.au.
- "'Scientology has Tom Cruise, Hillsong has Justin Bieber': Former worshipper slams controversial church as she is escorted from star-studded conference by police". Daily Mail. 2 July 2015.
This comes as Hillsong played an interview with a controversial US pastor who once described women as 'penis houses' on a giant screen at the church's conference, despite saying they had cancelled his appearance.
- "Hillsong conference shows interview with controversial US Pastor, Mark Driscoll". Sydney Morning Herald. 1 Jul 2015.