agree with you about q8I don't think q.8 is c. Because majority of presbyterians, methodists and congregationalists joined the Uniting Church, not baptists.
And I didn't think 10 was d because Islam is the second largest religious tradition according to the 2011 census.
Anyhow, I could be wrong
Awesome, I'm glad you thought 10 was a too. It seems as if I got 10/10 for multiple choice.. let's hope so! What mark are you hoping for in SOR?Hi students!
Q8 - Narbs96 and Zeppelin69 are correct about
Q9 - check out http://www.abs.gov.au/ausstats/abs@.nsf/lookup/2071.0main+features902012-2013 to see that with the "RELIGIOUS AFFILIATIONS" , 69.4% of Buddhists are born overseas, but that is from only 529,000 people [367,000]; whereas 24.0% of Christians are born overseas, but that is drawn from 5,439,200 people [1,305,000]; non-religion is closer, with 22.5% from 4,796,800 [1,079,000]; Islam is lower in percentage and total numbers than Buddhism.
Q10 - this stumped me for a while, but all of B, C and D are false (Christian denominations have vastly increased, New Age religions are not members of an Ecumenical council, and Buddhism is the second largest).