Scriptural truths are practical because God sovereignly created the social and natural order. Consequently, time and time again, case studies prove the perpetual wisdom and validity of the principles contained in Scripture.
One of those principles most hated by modernists is the nationalist principle of St. Paul, namely that ethnonationalism serves as a means to preserve Christianity (Acts 17:26-27). The most recent findings of Australian demographic trends fully correspond with St. Paul’s nationalist principle.
Australia’s first prime minister, Edmund Burton, declared Australia to be a white Christian country. Multiculturalism is now destroying that traditional Australian identity. As Andrew Bolt writes in Australia’s Herald Sun:
Just over half of Australians now say they are Christian, compared to 74 per cent in 1991, the 2016 Census shows.
Meanwhile, the number of people identifying with other religions has jumped from 2.6 per cent of the population to 8.2 per cent last year.
The country is being deliberately changed by immigration:
In excess of a million migrants came to Australia over the past four years, taking the percentage of people born overseas from 25 per cent to 26 per cent…
1.3 million new migrants have come to Australia since 2011, … with China (191,000) and India (163,000) being the most common countries of birth of new arrivals…
For the first time in our history, the majority of people born overseas are now from Asia, not Europe.
Trends worldwide indicate that multiculturalism leads to a decline of Christianity, not simply because of the demographic changes directly related to the importation of non-Christian people, but due to the fact that a multi-faith society in itself necessitates the public disestablishment of Christianity. This in turn leads to increased apostasy among the younger native generations, due to the propaganda of schools and media tasked with upholding the new national religion of cultural Marxism.