Dr Kevin Donnelly
Christianity Is Good For Us
November 2, 2021

Christianity is one of the foundation stones of Western civilisation and liberal democracies and its strengths and benefits far outweigh its sins. In his latest collection, Kevin Donnelly, one of Australia’s leading conservative commentators, looks at how in an increasingly radical, secular society dominated by cancel culture, Judeo-Christianity is attacked and condemned and why now more than ever faith matters and why it must be defended.

The Bible and Christianity more broadly have been and continue to be a major influence on Australia’s political and legal systems, the arts, literature, music, architecture and the language we speak. Judeo-Christianity also provides a moral and ethical compass deciding right from wrong as well as a spiritual, transcendent sense of our place in the world. In education, health, aged care and social welfare Christianity is also vitally important and beneficial. Christianity is Good for Us is a reminder of why the Christian faith matters to us as individuals and a nation and gives readers a deep knowledge, understanding and appreciation of how Judeo-Christianity underpins and informs our way of life.

About the Author
Since first warning about the dangers of political correctness during the mid-1990s Kevin has established a reputation as one of Australia’s leading conservative commentators and authors fighting against politically correct group think and language control that are undermining Western societies and stifling free and open debate. Kevin writes regularly for The Daily Telegraph, The Herald Sun, The Australian, Australian Spectator, Quadrant, The Catholic Weekly and the London based Conservative Woman. Kevin also appears regularly on Sky News and is often interviewed on 2GB, 5AA and ABC Radio National. He is the author of How Political Correctness is Destroying Australia, How Political Correctness is Destroying Education, and How Political Correctness is Still Destroying Australia, and is the editor or Cancel Culture and the Left’s Long March (2021).