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England is the largest and most populous constituent country of the [[United Kingdom]]. It has a population of around 50 million, with [[London]] as its capital. It is the most secular country in the United Kingdom, with surveys revealing around 60% of its people believing in [[God]], 40% believing that [[Jesus]] is the Son of God and about 20% believe the [[Bible]] is the unique word of God. Only 10% regularly attend a [[church service]].
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England is the largest and most populous constituent country of the [[United Kingdom]]. It has a population of around 50 million, with [[London]] as its capital. It is the most secular country in the United Kingdom, with surveys revealing around half of its people believing in [[God]], a third believing that [[Jesus]] is the Son of God and about a fifth believe the [[Bible]] is the unique word of God. Less than 10% regularly attend a [[church service]].
  
 
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Celtic peoples have lived in England for thousands of years and continued to be the predominant people around the time of Jesus when the country was occupied by Roman forces and it was during this time that Christianity was first introduced to England through Roman missionaries. Following the collapse of the Roman Empire through the Middle Ages, England was invaded by waves of pagan Germanic peoples, Anglo-Saxons...
  
 
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England is the largest and most populous constituent country of the United Kingdom. It has a population of around 50 million, with London as its capital. It is the most secular country in the United Kingdom, with surveys revealing around half of its people believing in God, a third believing that Jesus is the Son of God and about a fifth believe the Bible is the unique word of God. Less than 10% regularly attend a church service.

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Celtic peoples have lived in England for thousands of years and continued to be the predominant people around the time of Jesus when the country was occupied by Roman forces and it was during this time that Christianity was first introduced to England through Roman missionaries. Following the collapse of the Roman Empire through the Middle Ages, England was invaded by waves of pagan Germanic peoples, Anglo-Saxons...

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