Research released by John Dickson’s Centre for Public Christianity has been given widespread media attention today.
The ABC radio’s idea of “objective” coverage was to give the Atheists a chance to use this as a platform to call for a secular society.
But it’s a pretty interesting statistic when it comes to reaching the “unwashed masses” – it seems almost half of the country’s non-Christians could be considered “low hanging fruit” – believing that Jesus rose from the dead.
This survey did not include those who define themselves as “born again” which possibly means it did include church going liberals, Catholics and others who tick the “Christian” box on the census.
Here’s the SMH story on the stats.