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Religious affiliation, practice and beliefs; visits to and attitudes to cathedrals (3179)

Type of Data: Religious affiliation, practice and beliefs; visits to and attitudes to cathedrals (3179)

Faith Community: General, Christianity (Church of England)

Date: 2012, 10-12 August

Geography: England

Sample Size: 1749

Population: Adults aged 18 and over

Keywords: Afterlife, angels, architecture, art, cathedrals, Christian faith, church attendance, churchgoing, Church of England, cities, community, cultural events, dark and gloomy, experience of God, general public, God, historical importance, history, human soul, identity, Jesus Christ, life after death, music, people of all faiths, reincarnation, religious affiliation, religious experience, Resurrection, significant events, spiritual, spiritual experience, spiritual importance, spiritual support, symbols of identity, universal life force, visitors

Collection Method: Online interview

Collection Agency: ComRes

Sponsor: Theos and the Grubb Institute on behalf of the Foundation for Church Leadership and the Association of English Cathedrals

Published Source:

  • Spiritual Capital: the Present and Future of English Cathedrals, London: Theos and the Grubb Institute, 2012
  • Nick Spencer and Holly Weldin, Post-Religious Britain? The Faith of the Faithless, London: Theos, 2012
  • http://www.theosthinktank.co.uk
  • http://www.comres.co.uk
  • http://www.brin.ac.uk/news/2012/anglican-themes-and-funeral-hymns/
  • http://www.brin.ac.uk/news/2012/faith-of-the-faithless/

    BRIN ID: 3179


    The research also included local case studies of Canterbury, Durham, Leicester, Lichfield, Manchester, and Wells Cathedrals (comprising 1933 quantitative and 257 qualitative interviews)

    Posted by: Clive D. Field

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