An angle in the public space, is that acceptable?
Mark Wallet, RD
In front of St Michael's church in the western French coastal town of Sables-d'Olonne, Archangel Michael stands proudly on his pedestal. His feet rest on a dragon-like figure, and his spear is pressed to his head. It references a passage from the Book of Revelation, which tells how Michael and his angels battle the dragon or devil.
One in three Dutch do not believe in God; secularisation continues
More than half (55 per cent) of Dutch people aged 15 or over are not religious. The Dutch newspaper Nederlands Dagblad writes about it based on the youngest data from Statistics Netherlands.
Swiss population secularises more and more
The part of the Swiss population that says not to belong to a particular religious group or has a certain conviction grows. That is shown by a Measurements and sociological observation of attitudes in Switzerland study.
How secular intolerance leads to Christian self-censorship
Christians regularly practice self-censorship when faced with secular intolerance. This is the conclusion of several Christian human rights organizations in a [report published in June](Chilling_Effect_2022_-_ONLINE_Version_A4.pdf (intoleranceagainstchristians.eu)).