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fertility_and_religious_practice [2017/11/30 15:08]
marri [4. Trends Among Particular Religious Denominations]
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marri [3. The Role of Religious Practice]
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 {{ :​total_fertility_rate-_predicted_v._actual.png?​direct&​600 |Total Fertility Rate: Predicted vs. Actual}} {{ :​total_fertility_rate-_predicted_v._actual.png?​direct&​600 |Total Fertility Rate: Predicted vs. Actual}}
  
-However, as the below chart from the "​International Global Index of Religiosity and Atheism"​((Ijaz Shafi, Gilani, Rushna Shahid, and Irene Zuettel, "​Global Index of Religiosity and Atheism,"​ WIN-Gallup //Gallup International//​ (2012). Available at [[http://​www.wingia.com/​web/​files/​news/​14/​file/​14.pdf]].))+However, as the below chart from the "​International Global Index of Religiosity and Atheism"​((Ijaz Shafi, Gilani, Rushna Shahid, and Irene Zuettel, "​Global Index of Religiosity and Atheism,"​ WIN-Gallup //Gallup International//​ (2012). Available at [[http://​www.wingia.com/​web/​files/​news/​14/​file/​14.pdf]].)) ​illustrates,​ most countries are experiencing a significant decline in rates of religiosity (not exactly the same as weekly religious worship, but a closely related indicator).
  
 The implication of these data and insights is significant:​ Europe (and other nations) face the choice of a return to worshipping God or gradually declining. ​ The implication of these data and insights is significant:​ Europe (and other nations) face the choice of a return to worshipping God or gradually declining. ​