posted on Apr, 18 2013 @ 03:01 PM
reply to post by wildtimes
Well Wild ( do you mind me calling you that?), I do think there are many, many parallels between modern european countries and the US when it comes to
In terms of religion I can tell you the following. I am now 31 years old and I have met a lot of people so far. I have never ever met a single german
or european who is REALLY a christian in the sense that he or she go to church every sunday. That basically doesn´t really exist anymore.
I knew a good buddy when I was little, whose family was quite religious. But even back then in the late 80´s that was quite rare.
I have the feeling that most people here are still "officially" christian because they are to lazy to basically cancel it. And because most people
like the idea of a church wedding, which has now become it´s own little thing, that has nothing to do with a belief in christ.
I have spent half a year in Boston, MA in 2007, and in my personal experience, there weren´t really any differences in terms of thinking.
I personally cannot really see any huge differences between the beliefs of a "typical" american or european.
Although I kinda don´t want to throw all of europe into one hat so to speak. But the same goes when you compare let´s say alabama to california for
In the end we are all people anyway.