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Dwindling attendances at religious services and increasing numbers of churches closing down, may give the appearance that faith in Western Europe is bleak.
But according to a new survey, that’s deceptive.
The Pew Research Centre asked Western Europeans for their thoughts on religion.
The results revealed 64 percent still identify as Christians – even if only 18 percent attend church once a month.
The survey of more than 24,000 adults in 15 countries found about half non-practising Christians believe in a higher power or spiritual force.
Another quarter believe in the God described in the Bible.
But according the Religion News Service, more Americans than West Europeans believe – by a margin of 38 percent – that religion is an important part of their lives.

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