Tuesday, 3 February 2009

The rise of unbelief?

John Dickson writes in today's SMH:

Whether or not churches are worried about the census figures on religion, society as a whole should be.

The same data shows a correlation between being Christian and doing charity work. As the Herald reported on Friday, an analysis by the Bureau of Statistics found Christians were more likely to do volunteer work than people who said they had no religion.

1 comment:

David McKay said...

I reckon Bolt is being rather simplistic, Gordon.

Let's have a bit of nuance.