I’m just gonna leave this headline right here:
The study conducted by the British Parliament showed there were 41 million Christians in Britain, down nearly 8 percent since 2004. Meanwhile, the number of nonbelievers stood at 13.4 million, up 49 percent over the same period.
“If these populations continue to shrink and grow by the same number of people each year,” the study said, “the number of people with no religion will overtake the number of Christians in Great Britain in 20 years.”
Actually, if the numbers released last month by the Richard Dawkins Foundation for Reason and Science are accurate, Christians will fade away even faster due to the fact that many people who currently call themselves Christians don’t even really believe in most of the theology.