Poll Reveals Europe’s Christianity is Dying Fast

The least Christian country is the Czech Republic where 91% of persons aged 16 to 29 identified themselves as “nonreligious,” Europe’s Young Adults and Religion a study by Bullivant indicates. More than eight out of ten; 81% of the same age group in Estonia called themselves non-believers.

There were 12 European countries in which more than 60% of those under 30 identified as nonreligious.

“Christianity as a default, as a norm, is gone, and probably gone for good – or at least for the next 100 years,” Bullivant said.

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