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Welcome to post-Christian EuropeWelcome to post-Christian Europe

(6:01) While Christianity is still relevant in the US and exploding in the developing world, Europe's cathedrals are filled with tourists rather than believers. How will this effect the future of Europe?

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Guest: Jack (925 days ago)
I like churches, I like the architecture but I cant stand the catholic church. I dont need people or a house to believe in god, its a thing between me and god and no one else. We owe our freedom, our culture and wealth to the church? FU, Id suggest reading a history book!
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I like churches, I like the architecture but I cant stand the catholic church. I dont need people or a house to believe in god, its a thing between me and god and no one else. We owe our freedom, our culture and wealth to the church? FU, Id suggest reading a history book!
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Guest: Diana (924 days ago)
Love the comments :-) Can't agree more..... A bunch of crap. I wish Canada and the USA would follow Europe and ditch religious crap. When enough people realize what a lot of bunk religion is, We may all be able to get together and Stop the Muslims from taking over the world, (That is their mandate, Say's so in their Koran). First we need to stop being terrified of "Offending" them, Then we need to stop accommodating them over and above any other citizen. When the whole worlds population are HUMANISTS.......... Life on our planet will get much better.
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Love the comments :-) Can't agree more..... A bunch of crap. I wish Canada and the USA would follow Europe and ditch religious crap. When enough people realize what a lot of bunk religion is, We may all be able to get together and Stop the Muslims from taking over the world, (That is their mandate, Say's so in their Koran). First we need to stop being terrified of "Offending" them, Then we need to stop accommodating them over and above any other citizen. When the whole worlds population are HUMANISTS.......... Life on our planet will get much better.
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Guest: Jaffar (921 days ago)
As an atheist Canadian, I can say that there are very few people around here who take Christianity very seriously. Social pressures still encourage some to attend churches, some go because of the community aspect. Canada and the US are quite different from each other in these respects.
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As an atheist Canadian, I can say that there are very few people around here who take Christianity very seriously. Social pressures still encourage some to attend churches, some go because of the community aspect. Canada and the US are quite different from each other in these respects.
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Guest: pablo W (925 days ago)
Christianity - One woman's lie about an affair that got WAY out of hand...! Most of this report is utter bollocks anyway!
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Christianity - One woman's lie about an affair that got WAY out of hand...! Most of this report is utter bollocks anyway!
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Guest:  (922 days ago)
Europe leading the way again. Maybe the US will catch-up in a few hundred years.
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Europe leading the way again. Maybe the US will catch-up in a few hundred years.
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Guest:  (921 days ago)
just becaus i don`t believe in the cristian vesion of god. does not mean i want too believe in the islam version of god (alla = god for those that don`t know) yes europa (in general) does have its problems. however turning too god has never solved them.
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just becaus i don`t believe in the cristian vesion of god. does not mean i want too believe in the islam version of god (alla = god for those that don`t know) yes europa (in general) does have its problems. however turning too god has never solved them.
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Guest: European (925 days ago)
Why would anyone believe in fairy tales from the bronze age??
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Why would anyone believe in fairy tales from the bronze age??
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Guest: guest (your name) (925 days ago)
"no western European country is having enough babies to replace its current population" "few European women have more than one child" "Religion is associated with oppression." "Christianity is largely irrelevant" These 'facts' are presented as if they are bad things?
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"no western European country is having enough babies to replace its current population" "few European women have more than one child" "Religion is associated with oppression." "Christianity is largely irrelevant" These 'facts' are presented as if they are bad things?
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Guest: Submited as a guest (925 days ago)
Yeah! That was really a neutral and not biased news cast at all! or Not.. - Christianity is a way to control the public. Europeans is just not that easy to manipulate.
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Yeah! That was really a neutral and not biased news cast at all! or Not.. - Christianity is a way to control the public. Europeans is just not that easy to manipulate.
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Guest: Uuugh (922 days ago)
Or rather our media do it so well we no longer need religion for this.
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Or rather our media do it so well we no longer need religion for this.
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Guest: Mmm (925 days ago)
This video is to my brain as Ann Widdecombe is to my c*ck
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This video is to my brain as Ann Widdecombe is to my c*ck
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Guest: Peter (924 days ago)
Once you learn to think for yourself, you no longer need a preacher or an imam to do it for you. There IS no god so religion is really a waste of time and effort.
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Once you learn to think for yourself, you no longer need a preacher or an imam to do it for you. There IS no god so religion is really a waste of time and effort.
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Guest: Bruce on Orlando (919 days ago)
Latest comment: This is from the CBN Christian Broadcasting Network run by Pat Robertson. That explains the bias.
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Latest comment: This is from the CBN Christian Broadcasting Network run by Pat Robertson. That explains the bias.
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Guest: Bob (925 days ago)
What a total load of crap
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What a total load of crap
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Guest:  (925 days ago)
It's difficult to follow the word of Christ when you have an education that teaches the value of critical thought, coupled with a religion which encourages the laity to be anti-intellectualist. I don't think that Christians in Europe are pumping out babies any faster than anyone else though, so not sure what relevance the birth figures have to anything.
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It's difficult to follow the word of Christ when you have an education that teaches the value of critical thought, coupled with a religion which encourages the laity to be anti-intellectualist. I don't think that Christians in Europe are pumping out babies any faster than anyone else though, so not sure what relevance the birth figures have to anything.
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