The ABC’s new religion report: What it means for Australians

With the election around the corner, The ABC has published its latest report on religion in Australia.

The report looks at how religion is shaping Australian society.

Here’s what we know about religion in Australian society: 1.

Religion is a big part of our daily lives 2.

The most prominent and prominent religions are Islam, Judaism, Christianity, Buddhism, Hinduism, Sikhism and Shinto 3.

Religious affiliation is one of the most important and powerful factors in people’s lives and influence their behaviour and decisions.

What do we know?

Religion has a significant impact on the way Australians live, work and live their lives.

Religious people are more likely to be employed and more likely have children.

Religion plays a huge role in shaping our culture, society and politics.

Religion has become a major force in Australian politics and politics is being shaped by the values of religion.

Religion and politics are linked and often interlinked.

The rise of religious extremism in Australia has been one of our biggest threats to our country.

4.

Religious groups in Australia have an increasing influence on politics and government.

There is an increasing sense of belonging and community and the influence of religious groups in our society is growing.

There are many religious groups within Australia who have a significant influence on our country and the way we live our lives.

The ABC conducted a comprehensive survey of more than 50,000 Australians, including religious groups, which has shown that many Australians hold strong religious beliefs and that religion has a strong influence on people’s behaviour.

5.

People of all faiths believe in their God.

But many people also find themselves drawn to a particular religion, such as Islam or Christianity.

Many people identify as atheists and agnostics, and there is no one religion that is a true religion.

What can you do about it?

The ABC found that a lot of people are struggling with the religious question and are looking for answers, which is understandable.

But if you are struggling to find the answers you are looking to, you can learn more about religion.

If you are a parent, religious education is important for your children.

It can help them understand the religion and to develop an appreciation of the people and beliefs of other faiths.

It is also important to understand the different types of religions in Australia and the role they play in our communities.

The Australian Humanist Association has a website that is an online resource for people of all beliefs.

There’s also a range of information for families and friends.

You can also find information and resources on faith, belief and the humanist movement.

7.

There have been many recent high profile cases of religious persecution.

These cases have drawn attention to the need for greater scrutiny and education around religion and its impact on Australians.

The United States has had many cases of Christians being beaten, killed or even crucified in the name of their faith.

In 2013, in New York City, a Muslim man was sentenced to life in prison for killing his father.

His father had left the mosque, which had been closed for the previous three years.

A New York judge found the defendant’s actions were “reprehensible and inhuman”.

How can we stop this happening?

There is no single solution to the problem of religious intolerance and discrimination.

The best way to stop discrimination is to make it illegal for religious groups to discriminate against members of the public.

This includes the government, employers, charities and others.

It also includes the private sector.

The law needs to recognise that religious freedom and the freedom to practice your faith is something that Australians share, not something that is restricted.

8.

There has been a significant increase in anti-Muslim sentiment over the last decade.

In Australia, the most recent survey found that Muslims are the most likely to report experiencing anti-Islamic bias in the workplace.

There were also significant increases in the number of Muslims reporting experiencing anti