Christianity and its defence in New South Wales circa 1880 to 1890

Walter Wynne Phillips
Christianity in New South Wales in the 1880s was supported by a minority of the population. Widespread religious indifference, militant secularism and scepticism and the secularisation of public life confronted churchmen during this decade. They attempted vigorously to overcome religious indifference, to defend the relevance and reasonableness of Christianity and to assert its authority in political life. But their efforts made little impact on religious indifference. Their response to the challenges of contemporary thought had...
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