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The Comparative Strength of Evangelical and Catholic Anglican Churches in England

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This study employs path analysis to examine the strength of Evangelical and Catholic Anglican churches in England in three samples: 1,553 churches in villages and rural communities, 983 churches in urban communities and 584 churches in suburban communities. The data demonstrate the comparative strength of Evangelical churches and the comparative weakness of Catholic churches in all three environments. These findings confirm recent theoretical discussions which have characterised Evangelicals to be on the move and Catholics to be in crisis.

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