The Christian Science Monitor reports that a growing number of Europeans are looking for spiritual things, in the heart of secularism.
Despite the overwhelming perception of an atheist continent, 74% of Europeans say they believe in some higher power. And just as in America, a secular generation is being replaced with one that has more than a passing interest in spiritual issues. In two countries (Ireland and Poland) over 50% of the people attend church weekly.
This by no means indicates that Europe is in the midst of a Christian revival, but it does show that many Europeans have tried the Post-Christendom culture and are left wanting.
Hat Tip: World Mag Blog