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    Nadirsyah Hosen. Martyrdom and Terrorism. This study argues that Australia has never been a particularly religious nation and that few Australians have deliberately rejected belief—while most simply cannot see why they need to bother with religion at all. Get A Copy.

    Paperback , pages. More Details Other Editions 3. Friend Reviews. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. To ask other readers questions about Losing My Religion , please sign up. Lists with This Book. Community Reviews. Showing Rating details. Sort order. Nov 15, Peter Lockhart rated it it was amazing. I loved this book from start to finish. I am an atheist and interested in the subject and while Mr Frame is a Bishop, he is engaging and has a good style that I enjoyed very much. I wish he would read my book. Better yet I would love to have dinner with him and discuss the matter.

    Frame is someone I like, admire and respect very much. There are a lot of people fascinated by this topic, and its refreshing to read something from the other side so to speak. This book is recommended to all people I loved this book from start to finish. This book is recommended to all people who want to think and learn about the beliefs in Australia.

    Well done Mr. You held my attention from the first paragraph to the very last. I had a lot of empathy for that little boy. View 2 comments. May 10, Peter rated it really liked it. After setting a clear platform for the language he uses in the book, Frame begins by examining the context of the Australian spiritual mood. He explores and evaluates the transition made within our society from Christendom to the present secularized civil institutions, with broad brush strokes largely based on Census data and personal observation, and assesses the extent of the loss of religious belief in Australia.

    He then seeks to examine the causes of unbelief in general and applies them to the Australian context. The issues raised by science and philosophy are examined, and Frame writes that, alongside many of the internal conflict issues of religious bodies, they have been the major contributing factors in the growing disregard for religion in our society. He also explores the rise of alternate spiritualities as substitutes for institutional traditional religion.