Atheists, agnostics, and the 2011 census…

The British Humanist Association has launched a campaign to encourage non-believers, and the seriously lapsed, to tick the “no religion” box on the 2011 census form with the aim of challenging religious privilege in Britain, says the Guardian. This is because the 37-odd million recorded Christians aren’t reflected in church attendance, and the BHA think this is because people are misdescribing themselves as Christian. But is it anything more than apathy, though? After all, the Christian god is supposed to be omnipresent, so Continue reading