Pentecostals of the prosperity religion brand are not Christian in any shape or form. Flies in the face of several parables in the bible, such as Jesus tossing the money lenders out of the temple and saying that its easier for a camel to pass through the eye of a needle than a rich man to enter kingdom of heaven.
Why is that a concern that Scott Morrison is at an evangelical conference - as long as the taxpayer didn't pay its really none of our business. He's made no secret of the fact that he's a devout Christian. I'd suggest one amendment; replace "devout Christian" with "claims to be Christian". Sure; he talks the talk, but he doesn't walk the walk. Believe me, I know; I had a father who was one of that ilk.
Whilst I am not religious many of the quotes in the bible are just common sense. My favourite is 'beware of false prophets', particularly the son of a paedophile who claims to be a profit. Sorry prophet.
I don't really like the Hillsong religious rock concert/circus either - I read an article about Brian Houston a while back where he was thanking God for giving him lots of lovely houses all over the world and a "his and hers" pair of Harley-Davidsons for him and his wife. Umm... I could be wrong, Brian, but I don't think God is just a cosmic cash machine who rewards believers.
But either way I don't think it necessarily says much about ScoMo as a person that he loves that kinda stuff. One of my best friends is a devout Baptist and she's one of the most non-judgemental, well-rounded people I know. She doesn't shove her religion in your face but she does credit her beliefs with getting her through some really tough personal times in the past. I'm not religious but I'm really glad she's my friend because she reminds me it's about the character of the person, not the dogma they follow. Oops, perhaps I should say "faith" rather than dogma.
Anyway each to their own.