God. What's that all about then? I haven't really got a clue.
I know very little about religion. I'd probably call myself an atheist if I got around to thinking about it, but I can't spare the time. Deal or No Deal isn't going to watch itself. God - or a lack thereof - rarely impinges on my life. And it certainly isn't about to impinge on my Sunday morning lie-in.
The simple fact is that most people in Britain are the same. They may have a rough grasp of the basic tenets of Christianity but I challenge you to ask your friends and family to take a short break from ramming Easter eggs down their gobs to speculate about the nature of the Ascension. You'd get quite a lot of blank looks, I'll warrant.
Of course, in other less heathen countries you'd find more informed answers, but ignorance of Islam is still widespread. Ask most people in the developed world about the nature of Muhammad's relationship with Allah and you'll more than likely be met with a vacant gaze, despite the religion being practised by nearly a quarter of the global population and central to so many recent international developments.
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