We’re losing our Christian values. Here’s what’s replaced them – Starts at 60

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Is Australia losing its Christian values, as well as its religious identity? Nothing.  According to the latest national Census data, released today from 2016 data, 3o per cent of Australians said they have no religion at all.  It’s possibly a surprise result after a growing campaign for Aussies not to mark no religion in fear it would suggest we were turning into a ‘Muslim’ country. It’s a big change since the ’60s. We’re losing our Christian values. Here’s what’s replaced them In the 1966 Census Christianity was 88 per cent and less than one per cent said they had no religion at all. Even going back to 1991 there were still 74 per cent who said they were Christian. Read more…