Christianity in the UK may be dwindling, but it is still on/ in the majority in the UK.<quoted text>
Do you mean the dwindling congregation of christians in the UK?
Down over 12% in just 10 years, OFFICIAL FIGURES, if you manage to keep that rate of loss up there will me no christianity in the UK within 50 years.
The church itself gives the percentage of church goers as 15% of the population with declining attendance, declining number of churches, declining christian fellowship membership and a decline in the number of ministers. It really is a sad picture to see so many church officials concerned about longer term job prospects and redundancy.
Factually there are about 2% if the British population who ďregularlyĒ attend church on Sundays
In what is after all an officially a christian country there are pro-rata more Muslims worshipping in mosques than christians worshipping in church and more Jews worshipping in synagogues than christians worshipping in church. More Sikhs worshipping in gurdwaras than christians worshipping in church and more Hundus worshipping in temples than christians worshipping in church.
Is that the majority of christians you mean?
Honey if you are clueless of the demographics of a country (which you obviously are) then I suggest you donít try using those demographics in your sad attempt to discredit your opponent