US Episcopal Church lost nearly 60,000 members in 2021

Dec 5, 2022 by

by Michael Gryboski, Christian Today: The US Episcopal Church continued to suffer declines in membership and worship attendance in 2021, well below pre-Covid-19 pandemic levels, according to recently released statistics. The Episcopal...

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Is Britain no longer a ‘Christian’ country?

Dec 1, 2022 by

by Ian Paul, Psephizo: There were a lot of headlines this week in response to the latest ONS census of Religion in England and Wales, a voluntary survey conducted every ten years. The major two findings were: For the first time in a...

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Decline of religious observance in Britain – J John writes to the Times

Dec 1, 2022 by

Sir, The census figures on religious belief come as no surprise to those of us on the front line of evangelism. The general picture they reveal confirms what we have long known: Christianity is no longer the default religious belief in...

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How should we read the apparent decline in Christianity?

Dec 1, 2022 by

by Lynda Rose, Christian Today: The 2021 census has for the first time recorded a drop in people identifying as Christian in England and Wales – down from 59.3% in 2011, to 46.2% last year. A further 37.2% were recorded as saying they had...

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Secularisation is leading Britain astray

Dec 1, 2022 by

by Giles Fraser, UnHerd: The Church must stop trying to be cool. In the middle of the night, I am often haunted by the thought of weeds and mould breaking through the parquet floor, of the roof falling in, or the space being populated by...

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Unbiblical ideas are everywhere but Christians are shrinking back in silence.

Nov 26, 2022 by

By Graham Nicholls, Premier: Our church leaders must be bolder. Schools are teaching children dangerous ideas from a young age and extreme laws around gender are being passed in Scotland, argues Graham Nicholls. He believes church leaders...

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