Wednesday, June 23, 2010
Sneering secularism failing to permeate the outer suburbs
Reporting on a recent televised broadcast to churches by Rudd and Abbott, the Sydney Morning Herald offers this observation:
"Rudd and Abbott are both busy. They would not give up this amount of time if they did not believe the audience was important or if they felt uncomfortable talking as Christians to other Christians.
According to the census, some two-thirds of Australians regard themselves as Christians. When Buddhists, Hindus, Jews and Muslims are added, it is evident a high percentage of Australians are believers."