Religious belief declines in Germany

January 1997
Christian Century;1/29/97, Vol. 114 Issue 4, p94
Reports on the decline of religious beliefs after the reunification movement in Germany. Statistics of atheists, agnostics and religious believers in the country; Factors resulting to the Germans' attitudes towards religion.


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