Europe for Brazilians

I’m here in Brazil for the 6th meeting of the Lausanne International Researchers’ Conference. My paper today looks at secularisation in Europe, drawing on data that my colleague, Jim Memory, and I have been collating and analysing from the 2008 data series of the European Values Survey.

For those of you who want a preview of the presentation I’ll be using, you can download a pdf copy of the slides by clicking this link.

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One Comment on “Europe for Brazilians”

  1. Jair Walter Says:

    Dear Darrell,
    Great times in Atibaia, Brasil. I have prayed for a new revival in European churches.
    Your Blog is very interesting and updated. Congratulations. After meeting, I started english posts for my new friends.
    God bless you.

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