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Tweeter Rss

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Appartenance et démographie religieuses

The grand, overarching trend in religious demography in Norway is that the Church of Norway is gradually losing its members. From a membership encompassing 94% of the population in 1970, reduced to 72,9% in 2015, the church has lost members both to the growing group of religiously unaffiliated, which currently stands at 14%, and to membership in other faith communities, which make up 11%. Simultaneously, the belief in God has diminished gradually : surveys measuring whether people believe in God started in 1985, and in 2016, the number of non-believers surpassed for the first time the believers, with 39% against 37%, and 23% undecided.

16 septembre 2016