We would all, even the atheists, mourn a Britain that lost its faith

Dec 2, 2022 by

by Georgia L Gilholy, Conservative Home: […]  An understanding of faith, at the very least, is crucial for addressing national security issues. Despite the growing presence of far-right ideologies, Islamist extremism remains the...

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The choice to the Church: speak up or keep your head down

Dec 2, 2022 by

by Gavin Ashenden, Christian Today: How might St Paul, the Archduke Ferdinand and the Catholic Church come together in a story set at the end of 2022? They might offer themselves as useful interpretative devices as the story of what is...

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Losing our Christian identity: are Christians now in the minority?

Dec 1, 2022 by

from Christian Concern: The ONS has released new statistics using 2021 census data, showing how people in England and Wales now identify religiously. 46.2% of the population of England and Wales now identify as Christian – less than 50%...

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An altered state

Nov 30, 2022 by

by Melanie Phillips: There is no such thing as a multicultural society. The findings of the 2021 census for England and Wales reveal a country that is becoming unrecognisable before our very eyes. Britain’s two largest cities, London and...

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Secular Britain worships destructive new gods

Nov 30, 2022 by

by Madeline Grant, Telegraph: As long ago as 1867, Matthew Arnold was writing about the “slow withdrawing roar” of non-belief. In the intervening years, that roaring tide has become a deafening torrent. For the first time, the census has...

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Less than half of England and Wales population Christian, Census 2021 shows

Nov 29, 2022 by

by Rachel Russell, BBC News: Fewer than half of people in England and Wales have described themselves as Christian for the first time, the 2021 census has revealed. The proportion of people who said they were Christian was 46.2%, down...

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