Former Archbishop of Canterbury Rowan Williams: Britain a 'Post-Christian Nation'
Britain is now a “post-Christian” country, the former archbishop of Canterbury has declared, as research suggests that the majority of Anglicans and Roman Catholics now feel afraid to express their beliefs.
While the country is not populated exclusively by atheists, the former archbishop warns that the era of regular and widespread worship is over.
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His stark assessment comes after David Cameron ignited a national debate over the place of religion in British public life. The Prime Minister urged Christians to be “more evangelical” about their faith and claimed that Britain should be a more confidently Christian country.