What is it about?

Britain's religion and belief landscape is probably going through its biggest change since Augustine landed in Kent late in the 7th century. For example, among 18-24 year olds, only 1% identify with the Church of England, the established church, while 70% do not identify with any religion. Around a quarter of the population has a broadly humanist worldview, whether or not they identify with the label. But headline figures mask the complexity of the change.

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Why is it important?

An understanding of the changes and the likely future state, is essential to anticipate challenges, and to plan action accordingly.

Perspectives

I am not an academic, but have studied this area for some time. This is a welcome opportunity to share what I hope readers will find is an interesting, and potentially important, analysis.

Jeremy Rodell
Humanists UK

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This page is a summary of: Britain’s religion and belief landscape, Theology, January 2020, SAGE Publications, DOI: 10.1177/0040571x19883535.
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