how do religious ideas come up in the poem the darkling thrush?

how do religious ideas come up in the poem the darkling thrush?

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    The time when Hardy wrote this poem, religious faith had declined among the overall population in England. People were not resorting to the church anymore as scientific discoveries and advancements were making people aware and cautious. No longer did they seek the solace of Christianity and this was what the poet seemed to be hinting at in the poem. The declining loss of faith on religion and the unforeseeable future ahead was reflected by Hardy.

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