The British Anglican Church has corrupted it's religion from the core by importing pagan practices such as homosexual consenting adults to be Ministers, women priests and worse ordained as bishops, married and divorced priests. As an anti-dote, Islam is offering an spiritual extreme alternative such as opposing homosexual union (not even allowing both sexes to legally marry them), women's rights, their role in public and strictly implementing religious piety. While Islam is gaining its ground, UK's Prime Minister Cameron still cannot name it's enemy disassociating Muslim Extremists and Muslim Terrorists from ISLAM itself. WAKE UP PEOPLE or you will be DOOMED! -CD2000
Church of England 'one generation away from extinction' after dramatic loss of followers
The Church of England has lost nearly two million followers in the last two years and is on the brink of "extinction", it has been warned.
The choir process through York Minster during a Eucharist Service attended by the Church of England Synod (Photo by Christopher Furlong/Getty Images) (Photo by Christopher
The number of people in the UK who describe their beliefs as being Church of England or Anglican dropped from 21 per cent to 17 per cent between 2012 and 2014- a loss of around 1.7 million followers. The number of Anglicans in Britain is now thought to stand at around 8.6 million.
The former Archbishop of Canterbury, Lord Carey, has warned that unless urgent action is taken, the organisation is just “one generation away from extinction.”
The figures have been revealed as part of the NatCen’s British Social Attitudes Survey, the UK’s longest running poll of public opinion.
Over the same period, the poll found that the number of Muslims in Britain grew by close to a million making it the fastest growing religion in the UK. 4.7 per cent of Britons now describe themselves as Muslim, amounting to 2.4 million.
When asked about their religious belief, the survey found that the most common response was having no religion. 49 per cent of people do not describe themselves has having any belief.
Peter Brierley, a former Government statistician who advises religious groups, said of the new figures: “It is very serious for the Church of England and they know it.”
“The problem is that it has a lot of elderly members, but when they die off there aren’t enough younger people to replace them.”