Post-Christianity

In Western society, Christianity no longer exerts a powerful centrifugal dynamic as in the past. We find ourselves in the midst of a major cultural metamorphosis marked by the advent of other ways of appropriating sacredness.

By Timothée Richard Published on 20 May 2019 Related colors NellyRodi
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Between 2010 and 2050, the number of non-believers is expected to rise from 59 to 111 million in the United States and from 140 to 162 million in Europe. While the “leaving religion” phenomenon is not new – it was already visible in the 1980s – its concrete manifestations such as the rates of churchgoing,.

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