Dutch Leaving Churches at Faster Rate

March 16, 2016

The Netherlands has continued to secularize at a rapid pace in the last decade. A survey conducted every ten years by the country’s largest Christian broadcaster found that less than one in five still attend church on any regular basis.

A quarter of respondents described themselves as atheist, up from 14 percent in 2006.

Read more at: http://atlanticsentinel.com/2016/03/dutch-leaving-churches-at-faster-rate/


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