Britain is one of the least religious countries in the world, coming sixth from bottom in a global study of belief carried out across 65 countries.
Win/Gallup International polling suggested that over 50 percent of Britons did not believe in any religion, 13 percent were committed atheists and that the rest were unsure how to define their beliefs.
Only 30 percent said they were religious.
The study broadly corroborates the findings of a poll by the Times newspaper, published in February, which suggested that religiosity in Britain is dying as almost one in five British people now identifies themselves as atheist.
The poll, made in conjunction with YouGov, surveyed 1,550 adults.
It found that 19 percent identify themselves as atheists, 7 percent as “agnostic” and 3 percent as “humanist.”
In contrast, 49 percent identified themselves as Christian, while 42 percent said they had “no religion” they directly identified with.
Additionally, the poll found David Cameron’s Anglican faith made little to no impact on the way voters viewed him, with only 12 percent of identifying Christians claiming the prime minister’s faith improved their opinion of him.
The global WIN/Gallup investigation also identified a number of compelling global trends, finding that religious beliefs were more common among people who were younger, poorer and less educated.
Those that repent before ME, those that shed tears of remorse, those that turn to YAHSHUA ha MASHIACH, those who will obey and turn from their evil sins this day, I am faithful and I will forgive before it is too late. But I tell you this MY Children; it is only a small remnant of this Human Race. Oh America and England and all those who are puffed up with pride. Need I remind you, pride cometh before a great fall and a great fall is coming and no one will be able to save you? So Children you have been warned. You will know what it means when you see the fire in the sky. So hide yourself MY Children for just a little while.