In my part of the woods (Norway) coming out of the closet is usually something that brave Christians do. The believers usually don't talk about it, and only 4% attend church.
Many people have religious feelings of some kind, but they're often into some NewAge mumbojumbo.
Norway was "christened" by the sword about a millennium ago, and we have never forgotten that, which is probably the reason Norway is the most secular country in the world (except for countries where you can expect a visit from the police if you're a theist).
I don't think I know any Christians, but I suppose I must have met some of them during the last half century.
They tend to keep a low profile. Most of them probably fear strange looks from other people.
Christian fundamentalism, young Earthers and the like are virtually unknown here.
Because of an old law, you're born into membership of the Lutheran church, but you are free to leave it at 15, or earlier, if your parents approve.
So it's a strange feeling for me to read about the troubles non-theists go through in the U.S.; a country we've always counted among our closest friends, and which we have strong cultural and political ties with.