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    2030: The Year Britain Will Cease to Be a Christian Nation

    The march of secularism means Britain may no longer be a Christian country in just 20 years, a report said yesterday.
    If trends continue, the number of non-believers is set to overtake the number of Christians by 2030.
    Christianity is losing more than half a million believers every year, while the count of atheists and agnostics is going up by almost 750,000 annually

    Research by the House of Commons Library found that while Christianity has declined, other religions have seen sharp increases.

    In the last six years, the number of Muslims has surged by 37 per cent to 2.6million; Hindus by 43 per cent and Buddhists by 74 per cent. But the number of Sikhs and Jewish believers fell slightly.
    The researchers said the number of Christians had only held up to the extent it has because of high levels of immigration over the last decade.
    The findings help explain the increasingly forceful warnings from people of faith about the state of religion in Britain.
    Last week a group of MPs and peers – Christians in Parliament – claimed public policy was promoting ‘unacceptable’ discrimination against Christians.

    Yesterday the group’s chairman, former Tory justice minister Gary Streeter, warned that believers were having their faith ‘steamrollered’ by a ‘secular and hostile state’.
    He said many were facing restrictions on their ability to practise their religion in public.
    Cabinet minister Baroness Warsi also recently attacked ‘militant secularism’ and said the Church should continue to have influence over government policy.
    Earlier this week campaigners said Christianity was being sidelined after it emerged that a council-run crematorium in Bath was to remove a glass window engraved with a four-foot cross to make it more suitable for other religions.
    Secularists argue that Christians should no longer have privileged access in Parliament when the number who believe in God is declining so sharply.
    Researchers came to their conclusion after studying the Labour Force Survey, which is carried out every year by the Office for National Statistics.
    It is the most authoritative survey because of its regularity and its large sample size of 50,000.
    It found that in 2010 there were around 41.1million Christians in Britain – down 7.6 per cent over the past six years.
    There were around 13.4million non-believers, up 49 per cent over the same period.

    The study, Religion in Great Britain, concludes: ‘Between the fourth quarter of 2004 and the fourth quarter of 2010, the Christian population fell from 78.0 per cent of the population to 69.4 per cent, while the group of people with no religion grew from 15.7 per cent to 22.4 per cent.
    ‘If these populations continue to shrink and grow by the same number of people each year, the number of people with no religion will overtake the number of Christians in Great Britain in 20 years, on this measure of religious affiliation.’

    The Labour Force Survey asks people what religion they belong to, ‘even if you are not currently practising’ – a form of question which tends actually to underestimate the number who say they are non-believers.
    The survey also shows people are more likely to define themselves as Christian the older they are.
    Almost 90 per cent over 70 say they are Christian, compared with just over 50 per cent of those aged 30 to 34.
    The researchers say this could be because ‘as children grow into young adults and form a religious identity independent of their parents, an increasing proportion are coming to regard themselves as having no religion’.
    They point out that the decline of Christianity would have been far deeper had there not been such high levels of migration.
    While the number of Christians born in the UK declined by 4.1million, the number born abroad increased by around 730,000.
    The study also looked at the British Social Attitudes survey, which routinely finds greater numbers of non-believers.
    In 2011, it found that 50 per cent of respondents did not regard themselves as being of any religion, compared with just 44 per cent who said they belonged to some form of Christianity.
    However, the Library said this was a much smaller sample size, making it less reliable as a guide.
    Despite the rising numbers following Islam, there are still 16 times as many Christians as Muslims.
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    And it will be ripe for the taking by the Jews, Muslims and cultural Marxists without the strength of a religion big and powerful enough to stand up to them like Christianity did in the past, while the pagan dreamers and Christianity haters who helped destroy it stand there looking like fools scratching their heads.

    I guess, in the end, you reap what you sow.




    To the false, tired, old " pacifist" accusation I say one thing:


    The more than 1000 year history of Christian Europe proves you WRONG!

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    You sure do, and Christian pacifism has sown much.

    One good thing the ancient Christians, particularly the catholics, understood is that the jew is as much an enemy as the muslim, and the solution to the problems was the same.

    The modern church just seeks to whore itself out to anuone and everyone with their philosophies of being slaves and "peacemakers".

    Perhaps Christians should wrap their heads around the fact that not only their inability and unwillingness to fight the precepts of marxism, white guilt and the strange need to bow to anyone and anything that demands it, but even foisting it upon their "flocks" and any who will listen has brought about this influx of degeneracy and evil.

    Stop being mealy-mouthed cowardly sycophants. If you want to be Christians, and have any hope of a future for Germanics, then start thinking and behaving like crusaders, not martyrs. Things have gone too far, there is no peaceful solution left.

    BTW you'd do well to get it through your skulls that Germanic Heathens and the general "pagan" are not one in the same, as you seem to think.

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    Re-Germanize the Church and we can destroy our enemies.

    I have a few ideas how to get started...

    Understanding who Japheth was and what his descendants were promised is the best place to start.
    But the age of chivalry is gone. That of sophisters, economists, and calculators has succeeded; and the glory of Europe is extinguished forever.

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    This chart is important:



    Christianity dies, but every other alien faith explodes, with a similar rise in the atheist/agnostic population that is itself generally progressive; a constituency celebrating both the decline of British Christendom and the rise of foreign religions in the name of diversity. I know there is no shortage of those on this forum identifying with either pagan traditions or simple non-belief, but the reality is that the United Kingdom is culturally Christian, and this aspect of the indigenous population is an essential component of its survival into the future. An England indifferent to the death of its core principles is not worth saving.

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    "Elohim" is the name of God used by Noah in his blessing on Japheth, which is a plural noun (probably indicating the Trinity, or general virtues/spiritual truths/Plato's forms/the Logos); whereas the word "Jehovah" is mentioned to be the God of Shem and the Hebrews. The most plausible explanations I have read about Japheth "dwelling in the tents of Shem" is that the sons of Japheth would conquer the holy land and receive Christ as the fulfillment of the prophecy. Clearly this is what happened. So, in a way, Noah gives Japheth a double-blessing despite his revealing God the Father to Shem. Elohim is said to have lead Japheth to Christ, in the great virtues of all our pagan ancestors and the philosophical schools of Athens; many of the early saints and almost all of the church fathers were Platonists before they came to Christ, and Plato was considered a prophet just as much as the old testament prophets.

    Also; the parable of the prodigal son is often considered to be about God's love for Japheth and shows the vindictiveness and hatred of the Jews for white Christians who have "found their way back" to the god of Noah through Jesus Christ.
    But the age of chivalry is gone. That of sophisters, economists, and calculators has succeeded; and the glory of Europe is extinguished forever.

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    Good riddance. Finally, we'll no longer have to hear about worldwide interracial fraternity and our moral obligation to help the 'dying children of Africa!!'. Ah, a Britain no longer fettered by effete moralising -- just think of the possibilities!

    But, of course, Christianity isn't really going anywhere, just the overt, nominal practising of it. The year 2030 won't boast any lesser percentage of people ready to shed a tear over the sad, sad story of Munglat Nazeep's house of mud sliding into the nearby open sewer, and over hearing of the hampering of rescue efforts created by the striking similarity in appearance between his thirty two children and the sewer's non-human content, and no shortage either of people ready to empty their pockets not only in helping Munglat and his five thousand close relatives to rebuild with bigger, stronger mud houses, but to offer them a chance at a better life in good ol' blighty -- as I say, no lesser percentage than 2012. (Well, there would be a slightly lower percentage in 2030, but that would be exclusively due to the ever-increasing presence of Nazeeps in the population relative to spiritually Christian natives.)

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