Church attender’s views about other religions

Slightly more than half the Australian population professes to be Christian, and with exception to those living in remote areas, it is unlikely that one has never met someone of a different or no religion. Whilst many see diversity as richness, for others it is a source of uncertainty or fear. So, what are church attenders’ views about people of other religions?


Carol Gan, Miriam Pepper and Ruth Powell.


Gan, C., Powell, R. & Pepper, M. (2017). Church attenders’ views about other religions, NCLS Research Fact Sheet 17011. Sydney: NCLS Research.