asked in Arts & HumanitiesHistory · 6 months ago

Are many Scandinavians still very much "church goers" or strong Christians? why or why not?

or how they compare to their church, Christian following compared to other parts of Europe?

and why, when Europeans stopped going to church so much?

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  • Mark
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    6 months ago
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    They are probably the least religious people in Europe and typically only go to churches for baptisms, marriage, Christmas, and Easter. There is a strong correlation between relative wealth and not attending church services. This is why people in a good deal of Europe (but not Ireland or Italy), Canada, the northern part of the US (not the southern part of the US - they go to church Sunday mornings AND Wednesday nights) have decreasing numbers of regular churchgoers.

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