was there any point of writing that?
It's not that I think that goes clubbing is a sin. I just don't like that scene because any time I go it's generally about getting as drunk as possible and getting off with someone. But I'd certainly go to the pub and have a couple of drinks...after all it was Jesus who turned water into wine!
The uni I go to (Cambridge) is full of religious Christians, which I confess freaks me out; there seems to be no happy medium between those who like clubbing and drinking, and those who are religious types. I'd be interested to know whether Cambridge attracts religious applicants, or whether a lot of people become religious once they get here.
The government are trying to get 50% of young people in education to carry on to uni. That means that half of the people in the country aged 18-22+ are "like really religious".
you'll probabaly find that a lot of people at uni (if you go to one with any kind of intellectual entrance criteria that is) will be in their humanist-atheist-liberal chin pubes phase so not very religious.
The little that I know about uni life from friends and rother etc is that CUs can become the butt of a lot of jokes, but whatever, I've also heard some quiote sinister things about them too though, specifically relating to Durham!
chemist boy (spz for repeating but it doesnt sound like youve checked you pms) please check your private messages please!
Not many ppl are really religious !
Groups exist though !