By Steve Doughty
For The Daily Mail
ONE IN FOUR Britons does not identify as a religious believer of any stripe. The 2011 national census reported that in the past decade the number of Christians fell by 4.1 million to 33.2 million. Of these, only a third attend church outside of weddings, baptisms or funerals.
Christians are increasingly likely to be older or retired people. Many young people, young men in particular, appear to be rejecting