Worship not necessarily strengthening faith

Bishop Atle Sommerfeldt in the Diocese of BorgBishop Atle Sommerfeldt in the Diocese of Borg.Photo: Håkon Mosvold Larsen / NTB scanpix

A majority of respondents in a survey said they feel included in the church, but only a minority said that the service strengthened their faith.

40 percent of the 2,517 believers and non-believers who participated in a survey for Norstat conducted in the Diocese of Borg have stated that they have been to church in the past year, according to Aftenposten.
While 61 percent of respondents stated that they feel included in the church, however only answer 36 percent said the service strengthens their faith.

Bishop Atle Sommerfeldt in the Diocese of Borg believes that it is very problematic.
– Our aim is that people should hear and believe in the Christian message, so we will work to challenge people to see how nice it is to believe, he said to the newspaper.
The 17-year-old also travelled last year with the capital club’s summer tour. It was during Australia’s visit he got his first start when Rome was playing in Melbourne.

Of the 25 players Zidane is bringing to North America, eleven of them come from the reserve or U19 team, among other sons Enzo and Luca. Enzo played with Ødegaard in Castilla last season, while Luca stood in goal for the U19 team.

Several of the first team stars such as Cristiano Ronaldo, Gareth Bale and Toni Kroos are still on vacation after the European Championship.
In August Real Madrid face Sevilla in the European Super Cup at Lerkendal.

 

Source: NTB scanpix / Norway Today

 

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