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Religion, Identity, and Other Issues

Church of England and Britishness Although only a tiny minority attends its services, and very many are critical of its stance on diversity issues, the majority of Britons (51%) still consider the Church of England to be important in defining … Continue reading

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Chaplaincy ‘Wars’ and Other News

It is not an unusual occurrence for religious statistics to be debated and contested, but those relating to hospital chaplaincy seem to be especially prone to feature in public rows. Two competing pictures of what is happening to the number … Continue reading

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Religion and Wellbeing

To coincide with the publication on 13 October of their new report on human wellbeing, entitled Wholly Living, aid agencies CAFOD and Tearfund and think-tank Theos commissioned ComRes to undertake an online poll on 24-26 September among a representative sample … Continue reading

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