British post-Christianity is increasingly Muslim:
A new analysis of the 2011 census shows that a decade of mass immigration helped mask the scale of decline in Christian affiliation among the British-born population – while driving a dramatic increase in Islam, particularly among the young.
It suggests that only a minority of people will describe themselves as Christians within the next decade, for first time.
Meanwhile almost one in 10 under 25s in Britain is now a Muslim. The proportion of young people who describe themselves as even nominal Christians has dropped below half for the first time.
This is a bad thing, but for the UK, not for Christianity. It is the cultural Christians who are on the decline. No religion that grew from eleven frightened men to over a billion adherents has anything to fear from the vicissitudes of history. The idea that there would be a great apostasy is hardly a surprise to any premillennial Christian.
What is a surprise, however, is the speed with which the secular humanists are being pushed aside by the pagans.