https://www.stmarys.ac.uk/research/cent ... report.pdf
A new report on the Religious Beliefs of people in the UK provides some insight into the numbers of people with backgrounds and regionally who identify as having no religion.
Some illuminating statistics but the interesting ones were that those who identifed as of no religion, some actually pray regularly - so God is there somewhere, even if they can't bring themselves to acknowledge his existence.
" Nevertheless there are roughly 0.8 million Nones who both pray monthly or more, and rate their own level of religiosity highly. A further 2.8 million either pray monthly or more, or rate their own religiosity highly (but not both)"
If you have an overwhelming urge to explore the weightier theological ideas, this is the place to seek fellow-travellers.
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