Is God Still An Englishman? – Cole Moreton's compelling narrative of Britain's changing culture and attitude to religion in recent decades – is now out in paperback. To celebrate the publication of the paperback edition, we have 10 copies of the book to give away.
About the Book
Who are we? What do we believe? Where are we going? Since the early 1980s, the number of people who go to church on Sunday has halved. More of us go to IKEA. Millions still believe in God but never want to go near a pew again. Why have we turned away, and what does it mean?
'Absorbing, and colourful, as any religious ritual. He weaves in a witty, self-knowing, self-mocking account of his own faith journey … an elegant, potted social and cultural history of 1980s and 1990s Britain' Peter Sandford, OBSERVER
How to Enter the Competition
To be in with a chance of winning one of those 10 copies of the book, fill in your details and answer the question below, on or before the closing date for the competition of midnight BST on June 30th.
Please make sure you have read and agree to our the competition terms and conditions before you enter.
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