23 August 2016
What do you think about belief and unbelief?
The Evangelical Alliance wants to know what evangelicals in the UK today think about belief and unbelief.
Our society today is both religiously diverse and yet strongly shaped by secular thinking.
The Alliance wants to know how Christians understand and navigate their way through such a religiously diverse society.
What does it mean to be part of a society that is strongly shaped by secular thinking, values and norms? How do Christians manage this complexity while remaining faithful and secure in Christ?
The Alliance represents Christians from a wide range of social and cultural backgrounds so we want to understand as much as possible about what the Christian community thinks about belief and unbelief.
Chine McDonald, director of communications and membership at the Alliance said: "We live in a changing society so we at the Alliance want know what evangelicals think about belief and unbelief, and how this impacts their faith in today's world.
"We love the vibrant diversity of the UK's nations and we want to understand the broad spectrum of views from across the Church, which will help to equip us in speaking to the world around us."
The survey is online until 30 September, click here to take part, and share it with friends, family and your Christian community.