The Magazine of The Evangelical Lutheran Church in America


England: Religous studies up

John Gay, the Church of England’s religious education spokesman, said the number of English teenagers who choose to follow religious studies for their “A-level” final examinations rose by nearly 6 percent in 2008, to more than 20,100, the fifth consecutive year of increase.

“Although this interest is not necessarily reflected in church attendance, it is very encouraging,” he said.


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