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Religious background and factors in coming to Christian faith (1747)

Type of Data: Religious background and factors in coming to Christian faith (1747)

Faith Community: Christianity

Date: 1991, March-July

Geography: England

Sample Size: 511

Population: Adults aged 16 and over who had made a public profession of faith (through baptism, confirmation, reception into church membership or completion of a Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults course) in a Trinitarian church within the past twelve months

Keywords: Baptism, Bible, Christianity, church attendance, churchgoing, church schools, confirmation, evangelism, family, God, initiation, journey of faith, media, ministers, profession of faith, religious affiliation, religious experience, schooling, Sunday School

Collection Method: Combination of face-to-face interview and self-completion postal questionnaire

Collection Agency: Bible Society

Sponsor: Churches Together in England

Survey Instrument: Hanley, Finding Faith Today

Published Source:

  • John Finney, Finding Faith Today: How Does It Happen?, Swindon: British and Foreign Bible Society, 1992
  • Pam Hanley, Finding Faith Today: The Technical Report, Swindon: Bible Society, 1992

    BRIN ID: 1747


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