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* The Fifth Estate: Christianity Today *
In 1966, 88% of Australians identified as Christian in the census. By the 2016 census, the proportion had dipped to 52%. The number of Christians who attend church regularly is even lower. How has Christianity gone from being at the centre of Australian cultural and social life to something that's important to a dwindling number of Australians? In this Fifth Estate conversation, we'll discuss the evolving place of Christianity in Australian society and across the globe. Host Sally Warhaft will be joined by journalist and author Greg Sheridan, whose new book, God Is Good for You, makes a case for the achievements of Christianity. He argues that the Judeo-Christian tradition can offer a framework for tackling our increasingly complex and connected world. Warhaft and Sheridan will talk morality, hope, disillusion and the changing shape of faith today. Sally Warhaft Sally Warhaft is a Melbourne broadcaster, anthropologist and writer and the host of the Wheeler Centre's live journalism series, the Fifth Estate, now in its sixth year. She is a former editor of the Monthly magazine and the author of the bestselling book Well May We Say: The Speeches that Made Australia. Greg Sheridan Greg Sheridan is the Australian's foreign editor, and one of the most influential foreign affairs analysts in Australian journalism. After 35 years in the field, he is a veteran of international affairs who has interviewed leaders all over the Asia Pacific and America. THE FIFTH ESTATE Sally Warhaft has been the Wheeler Centre's in-house news anchor since 2012. In 2018 ' over 100 episodes in ' the anthropologist, broadcaster and intrepid interviewer's fortnightly live series continues, as she responds to the most important debates of the day and reignites stories that have fallen off the front pages. Every second Tuesday, Sally hosts a dizzying array of guests from the worlds of politics, culture, international relations and beyond, in a witty and revealing analysis of current affairs. It's an event series and a live podcast taping rolled into one.
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