2000 வருடங்களுக்கு முன்னால், யூத பழங்குடியில் பிறந்தாக கருதப்படும் இயேசு என்ற தெய்வத்தை பின்பற்றும் மதம் என்று கூறப்படும் கிறிஸ்துவம் என்ற மதம் இன்னும் நூறு வருடங்களுக்குள் காணாமல் போய்விடும் என்று பாதிக்கும்மேலான இங்கிலாந்து வாழ் மக்கள் கருதுகிறார்கள்.
இதே போல யூத பழங்குடியினரின் பண்டை மதமான யூதமும் இதேபோல அழிந்துவிடும் என்று கருதுகின்றனர்.
பெரும்பாலான மக்கள் பௌத்தம் நல்ல மதம் என்று கருதுகின்றனர்.
Christianity 'could die out within a century'
By Laura Clout
Last Updated: 2:40PM BST 20/06/2008
More than half of Britons think Christianity is likely to have disappeared from the country within a century, according to a survey.
Research by the Orthodox Jewish organisation Aish found that just over a third of people thought religions like Christianity and Judaism would still be practiced in Britain in 100 years' time.
Although four in 10 people said they would choose to be a member of the Christian religion, almost the same number said they would rather practice no religion at all.
Buddhism however, proved more attractive than both Islam and Judaism, and was chosen by nine per cent of those questioned.
Aish UK's executive director Rabbi Naftali Schiff said the results of the YouGov poll of 2,000 people were alarming.
"It clearly demonstrates that religion, including Judaism, is becoming unattractive to the British public.
"At Aish we know that Judaism provides real meaning and enrichment to one's life. Whilst we have attracted many disinterested Jews back to Jewish identity it is clear there is much work to be done."
Research published earlier this year suggested that church attendance is declining so fast that the number of regular churchgoers will be fewer than those attending mosques within a generation.
According to Religious Trends, an analysis of religious practice in Britain, the huge drop off in attendance means that the Church of England, Catholicism and other denominations will become financially unviable.
In contrast, the number of actively religious Muslims is predicted to increase from about one million today to 1.96 million in 2035.