“European religious apathy and the steep decline of Christianity in Britain”

 

 

Before they converted to Mormonism and emigrated to the
United States, one line of my ancestors worshiped in this
ca. 1100 AD Norman church, in Riccall, Yorkshire

 

 

The bi-weekly Hamblin-Peterson column went up early this week, for some reason.  In fact, it went up yesterday:

 

http://www.deseretnews.com/article/865586664/European-religious-apathy-and-the-steep-decline-of-Christianity-in-Britain.html

 

 

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  • Ryan

    Informative article, although I have one small, tiny gripe (will you ever have peace?): The article focuses on Britain, but then conspicuously omits Britain when listing various countries and their religious-favoritism scores. Might have been nice to know, but no biggy.

    • DanielPeterson

      I didn’t have the data at my fingertips and was running out of time. Alas.

      • Ryan

        Hey no worries Dr. Peterson. Just make sure to include it as an addendum in your next article. Along with an apology.

        Haha, just kidding.

    • Ray Agostini

      No need to be concerned. Moves are underway, and it seems to be a worldwide movement, of which Quebec is only one example, to ensure “equality”. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AJlwRhRVd3M

      Why do I feel uneasy? Because it reminds me so much of Nazi Germany. The beginning of a pogrom to wipe Jews from the face of the earth, first, by denying them religious freedom, in the name of “equality”, or some “superior” ideology.

      Then came the extermination camps.


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