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Religion and Life Preparation Notes

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This document outlines the syllabus dot points of the Religion and Life subject. It explains the influence of religion.

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Religion and politics Religion Separation of church and state State religion Catholic Church in Australia Christianity Catholic Church Christian denomination Politics Culture Christian Research Association Christianity in Australia Christian Census
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Religion and politics Religion Separation of church and state State religion Catholic Church in Australia Christianity Catholic Church Christian denomination Politics Culture Christian Research Association Christianity in Australia Christian Census
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Multi-faith society Religion has a definite presence in Australia. Australia Is a multicultural and multi-faith society with a rich diversity of religious traditions. Those who claim to be Christian usually have a more inclusive approach to other denominations and other religions and therefore, in regard to religion, Australian society could now be described as ‘pluralist’. 2. Religious affiliation About two-thirds of Australians claim affiliation with a religion and about 10% of these regularly practise their faith. There has been a significant increase in those who belong to non-Christian religions, however there have also been very large increases in those who claim no religious affiliation. 3. Secular society While ...
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