The Archbishop of York has condemned what he called the systematic erosion of Christianity from public life.
Dr John Sentamu told lay readers illiberal atheists were undermining Britain's religious heritage.
In exactly the same way, presumably, that the arrival of St Augustine on the Isle of Thanet, the Synod of Whitby, the Protestant Reformation, heliocentrism, Catholic Emancipation, the Theory of Evolution by means of Natural Selection, the legalisation of homosexuality and the enthronement of the first black archbishop all undermined our religious heritage.
Sometimes change can be for the better, archbishop.
The day your practising-gay successor is enthroned by a female Archbishop of Canterbury will be the day, perhaps, on which we should start discussing the issue of illiberal atheists.
See also: AC Grayling: Gotta have faith? (Guardian)