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Atheists support Back to Church Sunday

Back to Church Sunday is 29th September. I’ve always felt uneasy about this particular date in the liturgical year as it may encourage people to think being a Christian is primarily about attending church services, but there is no denying … Continue reading

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On not going to church

The Westminster Faith Debates, backed by a YouGov poll, have produced much telling information about the real attitudes of Christians to church leaders and the things they expect us to believe. Yesterday’s Church Times carries a full-page article by Linda … Continue reading

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Census and churchgoing

The results of the 2011 census, now published, show that fewer people in England and Wales call themselves Christians. We are still in a majority, 59%, but this is 13 percentage points down from the 72% of the 2001 census. … Continue reading

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