The media are prophesying the end of Christianity in the UK. Here's why they're wrong

Today the media are reporting on yet another doomsday report that suggests Christianity is in decline.

Researchers at the St Mary’s Catholic University in Twickenham analysed data collected through the British Social Attitudes surveys over the last three decades. It found that in 2014, 48.5% of those asked said they had no religion, compared to 25% that fell into the ‘none’ category in the 2011 census.

Those who did define themselves as Christian ”“ from a variety of denominations ”“ made up 43.8% of the population. The report said churches in general were struggling to retain people brought up as Christians.

Read it all from the PC website.


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