Across

europe

In geographical terms, Europe is a peninsula of Asia. We think of it as a separate continent only because of its unique cultural and religious heritage. This distinctive space has been created, in large part, through the outworking of the Christian story.

Today, Europe’s Christian heritage is eroding rapidly. There is plenty of religion, secularism and paganism, but far too little of the Gospel of grace.

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Belarus

Population:
Capital:
Religion:
9,500,000
Minsk
Professing Christians 69.4% (mainly Orthodox), Evangelical 1.3%
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Belgium

Population:
Capital:
Religion:
11,314,000
Brussels
Professing Christian 67.2%, Evangelical 1.3%
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Czech Republic

Population:
Capital:
Religion:
10,464,000
Prague
Professing Christian 27.2%, Evangelical 0.74%
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France

Population:
Capital:
Religion:
64,513,000
Paris
Professing Christian 62.2%, Evangelical 1.03%
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Germany

Population:
Capital:
Religion:
80,478,000
Berlin
Professing Christian 64.3%, Evangelical 2.13%
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Greece

Population:
Capital:
Religion:
10,911,000
Athens
Professing Christians 88.3%, Evangelicals 0.45%
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Norway

Population:
Capital:
Religion:
5,228,000
Oslo
Professing Christian 89%, Evangelical 8.2%
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Romania

Population:
Capital:
Religion:
19,055,000
Bucharest
Professing Christians 93.2%, Evangelicals 4.95%
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Serbia

Population:
Capital:
Religion:
5,973,000
Belgrade
Professing Christians 79.2%, Evangelical Christians 0.64%
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Switzerland

Population:
Capital:
Religion:
8,309,000
Bern
Professing Christians 76.6%, Evangelical Christians 3.96%
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Ukraine

Population:
Capital:
Religion:
44,300,000
Kiev
Professing Christians 72.9%, Evangelicals 2.74%
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