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Why has the Church of Scotland lost 1 million followers since 2001?

There is indeed a general tendency in Scotland as in the rest of Western Europe, that many people's lifestyles, values and self-identity changed as society around them changed, which lead to spending ...
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Why has the Church of Scotland lost 1 million followers since 2001?

I left the Church of Scotland in 1966 at the age of fifteen because I was receiving no teaching about Jesus Christ and the Gospel. My father was the minister. And both his father and grandfather had ...
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Why has the Church of Scotland lost 1 million followers since 2001?

It would be good if the Church of Scotland stated itself what it understood the reasons to be. As the 2024 General Assembly of the Church of Scotland has just finished, I looked at their web-site. See ...
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Why has the Church of Scotland lost 1 million followers since 2001?

The Church of Scotland has been losing members since its peak in 1957 with 63%.1 It's probably general apathy/secularism. This article states A tide has to be turned because a generation of people ...
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Why has the Church of Scotland lost 1 million followers since 2001?

Separately from the government-run censuses (2001, 2011, 2022) there have been privately run church censuses in Scotland asking for figures direct from churches. The last one was 2016. This looks at ...
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Where did St. Catherine of Siena say "Nothing great is ever achieved without much enduring."?

St. Catherine discussed the topic of endurance passim in her letters (esp. vol. 3 & 4 of the Engl. transl.), but nothing that says anything about achieving "great things", but enduring ...
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