By Gregory Tomlin, Christian Examiner
LONDON (Christian Examiner) – This year’s British Social Attitudes (BSA) Survey has yielded a surprising result – Christianity has gained slightly, halting decades of decline, the UK’s Telegraph has reported.
According to the paper, which has had an advanced look at the unpublished survey’s findings, the BSA shows decades of decline in Christianity slowing, or “leveling off” as the paper suggests.
The one percent uptick in the number of people claiming to be Christian (from 42 to 43 percent) corresponds with the one percent of people no longer listing themselves as “nones,” or British citizens not officially connected with any church or religious denomination.
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