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Losing our religion?

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Are Australians religious? If not, why are our leaders promoting their religions in their policy making? Tom Burns’s writes about recent research that shows 22% of Australians indicated that they were ‘non religious’ in the latest national census.  Losing our religion?

See the article in  People’s Pundit on SBS, the public multicultural/multilanguage broadcaster. This column crowd sources commentators to discuss news and current affairs by interrogating all kinds of sources and opinions.

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