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Did mass-migration topple Australia's Christian culture?

5 July 2022

4:00 AM

5 July 2022

4:00 AM

The first tranche of results from the 2021 Census, released last week, confirmed that Australia is experiencing a revolution in its demographic and cultural character.

For the first time in Australia’s history, those identifying as Christian are now a minority. Whereas 86.2 per cent of Australians listed a form of Christianity as their religion in 1971, by 2016, that was down to 52 per cent.

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