A 1999 New York Times survey found that 75 percent of American respondents chose "having faith in God" as among their "most important" values."
An analogous question asked of Swedes in 1990 found 8 percent
regarded God as "very important" in their lives.
How can two developed countries be so different?
All the Scandinavian countries are following this trend, as are most of the European Union…
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