The European Parliament Condemns Itself by Condemning the Supreme Court’s Expecting Overturning of Roe

Even though the Supreme Court has not yet released its decision to overturn Roe v Wade, the European Union’s Parliament decided to pass a resolution condemning the expected decision.The vote was 364 to 154 (37 abstentions) and was intended to“remind” the United States that it is “vital” to uphold Roe v Wade. In so doing, the European Parliament condemned itself, sticking its nose where it did not belong while standing against the rights of innocent babies in the womb.

This, of course, is no surprise, given the degree to which most of Europe has become post-Christian.

As noted in a 2018 article in The Guardian, “Europe’s march towards a post-Christian society has been starkly illustrated by research showing a majority of young people in a dozen countries do not follow a religion.

“The survey of 16- to 29-year-olds found the Czech Republic is the least religious country in Europe, with 91% of that age group saying they have no religious affiliation. Between 70% and 80% of young adults in Estonia, Sweden and the Netherlands also categorise themselves as non-religious.”

In the UK, where The Guardian is based, 70 percent of young people identify with no religion and 59 percent never attend religious services.

In the words of theology and religion professor Stephen Bullivant, “Christianity as a default, as a norm, is gone, and probably gone for good – or at

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