Jane Little’s absorbing inquiry into what might be called “the non-religious religious” (7 October) took its title from the Twitter tags that begin to circulate in the wake of terrorist attacks. Its prompt, on the other hand, was the recent census statistic that indicated 53 per cent of the population has no religious belief.
Beyond belief: the non-religious religious
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