Secularisation

Questions on secularisation.

What evidence is there for secularisation?
less people getting married in church, less baptisms, lower church attendance, decline in Christian beliefs being held, Sunday school attendance decline
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What is secularisation?
Secularisation is when religion has less influence on society.
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What is the main idea for the cause of secularisation?
Modernisation- a decline in tradition. Tradition has been replaced with sicentific ways of thinking.
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What else is believed to have caused secularisation?
Industrialisation- it has broken up small communities which were held together by the church and religious beliefs.
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What has diversity caused?
Sociologists believe that diversity has become more powerful than religious organisations and has lead to secularisation.
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What is secularisation?

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Secularisation is when religion has less influence on society.

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What else is believed to have caused secularisation?

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