A new analysis of a 2011 census shows a drop in ten years of 4.1 million (10 percent) in the number of people in England and Wales who call themselves Christian. These numbers were bolstered by the influx of foreign-born Christians, including Polish Catholics and evangelicals from Nigeria and elsewhere. Meanwhile, the number of Muslims in England and Wales surged by 75 percent, to a total of 600,000 more foreign-born Muslims. Almost half of British Muslims are under 25; almost a fourth of the Christians are over 65. Projections indicate that in 20 years there will be more active Muslims than churchgoers, causing some to call for an end of the established Church of England (Telegraph, May 16).