Hm. In the article, it noted that there was a wide variety of cultural Christian definitions. Most of them had to do with church attendance or non attendance, but they identified as Christian, officially. In Germany, the divide was a bit different, as if you weren’t a registered churchgoer you didn’t pay taxes, but that could leave a different demographic as “nonchurched” than in other parts of the country.
The article noted that the non churched, cultural Christians were typically a bit more liberal than the churched ones, but not nearly as liberal concerning things like abortion, from my understanding, as those who did not identify as Christians.
@beaglelady, I’m from “low church” but in our mission, SIM, there were high church Anglicans and some Catholics. I really enjoyed the Book of Common Prayer and bought a copy in university to read. There is a lot of deep, wonderful thinking in it. Thanks.