Archbishop: Britain not a ‘Christian country’ – if judging by numbers in the pews

The Church of England’s own figures show that typical Sunday attendances have halved to just 800,000 in the last 40 years – although it claims the decline has levelled off in the last few years.
The British Social Attitudes Survey, shows the number of people in England who identify themselves loosely as Anglicans has halved from 40 per cent in the 1980s to just one in five now, reports The Telegraph

 

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