A rising trend in Australia is the affinity for no religion1. While one in five Australians (22%) considered themselves as non-religious in 2011, the number has been rising with three in ten (30%) considering themselves as non-religious in 2016.2
Think for a moment about a large shopping mall near you.
Think about its awesome size, its ceiling to the sky and its escalators climbing to heaven. Think of all those shops inside, with their ultra-slim manikins in the windows giving us a vision of who we could become.