1a) How has Anglican adherence changed from 1947 to 2006?
According to Census data, Anglican adherence has sinificantly declined from 38% to 18.7% between 1947 and 2006.

b) Which Christian denomination had the highest perentage of adherents in 2006?
The Christian denomination which had the highest perentage of adherents in 2006 was Catholic with 25.8%.

c) How has this changed from 1947?
This has changed since 1947 as Anglican had the highest percentage of aderance with 39% and Catholic at 20.9%.

d) Why did the Methodist Church decline and the Uniting Church rise?
In 1977, the Methodist Churches in Australia and some of the Presbyterians and Congregationalists joined together to form the Uniting Church.

e) Which non-Christian religion had the highest percentage of adherants in 2006?
In 2006, the non-Christian religion with the highest percentage of adherents was Buddhism with 2.1%.

f) Outline the changing patterns of religious adherence from 1947 to 2006. In your response examine changes in Christian, non-Christian and 'no religion'.

2) With reference to the two signs 'Church sign 1965' and 'Church sign 2009', and your own knowledge, account for the changes in Australia's religious landscape since the 1960's.
Australia's religious landscape has changed dramatically since the 1960's.

3) What is secularism and how has it influenced religious practice in Australia in the last ten years?
Secularism is any movement or concept which rejects religious belief or adherence. It means that religion and state of government are seperate. it also means there is no one religion that is able to dominate.

4) Explain what is meant by denominational switching and comment upon which denominations are most affected, by either gaining or losing adherents.
Denominational switching is the movement of people from one denomination within a religious tradition to another. e.g. from Anglican to pentecostal within Christianity.

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