Church attendance dwindling in Germany
Retired German judge: State cannot do without religion
The German Constitution contains elements of classical Christianity. People need answers they can never find through logical reasoning alone. Therefore, former constitutional lawyer, Paul Kirchhof from Germany, argues that a state cannot exist without religion.
Secular Sweden as a blueprint for Europe
Sweden is one of the least religious countries on the planet. According to researcher Per Ewert, social democracy has had a major role in this. The consequences, he says, are clear: great loneliness and rising crime rates.