A recent survey which was run by The Church of England and Evangelical Alliance made some remarkable finding which I thought I would share with you today. I will also offer you the opportunity to think about your about your own views on the topics covered and your answers to some questions covered.
“What do English adults know and believe about Jesus Christ? What do they really think about his followers? How often—if ever—talk about their faith in Jesus? How do both Christians and non-Christians feel about those conversations?”
The survey suggests that forty percent of people in England do not believe Jesus was a real person. However, 43% of the people asked said they did believe in the resurrection, but did not think it happened as described in the Bible. To here some of the finding from the executive summary of the investigation click ‘Continue Reading’… Continue reading Jesus ‘not a real person’ many believe