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Christianity becomes a minority, but religion is on the rise

29 June 2022

1:01 PM

29 June 2022

1:01 PM

Australian census data released yesterday shows that – for the first time in our nation’s history – Christians are in the minority.

News that just 44 per cent of Australians now identify as Christian – down from 74.6 per cent in 1996 – sent Christianophobes into a frenzy.

‘Abandoning God’ was trending on social media as atheists danced on Christianity’s grave.

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