Secularisation is the term given to the idea that religion in its true form is on the decline in the UK. It maybe the impression that secularisation is happening in Britain, but to argue this point you have to first find the true meaning of religion. Is full on hard-core religion really going to church each Sunday morning in the hope you will make it into heaven when you snuff it? Or is it
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attendance for all Christian denominations, including Roman Catholics and the Free Churches, was 5.8 million in 1990, 5.04 million in 1995, an estimated 4.6 million in 2000 and the figure is projected to be 4.1 million in 2005. All this goes to show that religion is probably more popular than before 1851, but the reason it only came to light now is because then Britain was still a very racist society so people counting figures only counted attendance figures for the church of England.