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Christianity in decline? Ask the Church why

4 July 2022

6:00 AM

4 July 2022

6:00 AM

The Australian Bureau of Statistics last week released data from the 2021 Census, revealing how the number of Australians who are not religious has increased further.

In 1971, 87 per cent of Australians identified as religious, and overwhelmingly as Christian. Now it’s 54 per cent. What is more, only five years ago, 52 per cent of Australians identified as Christian.

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