In Denmark there is complete religious freedom, but the nation retains a core of Christian tradition and values, while the Lutheran Church is recognized as the national church. Over 80% of the population are members of the Lutheran church, but over 50% of theses members are reported to be agnostic or atheists and the church attendance is around 2%.
Fortunately many Christian organizations have their influence on the state Church, promoting renewal or revival - Indre Mission, Luthers Mission, Evangelisk Luthersk Mission, Oase and Nyt Liv. There are also other independent Lutheran churches and free churches contributing to spiritual life of the nation.
In many ways there is spiritual progress in nation. While the number of people believing in a personal God still being low (33%), the number has increased remarkably in the last couple of years. The danes are being more open to the “spiritual life”, new churches are being planted, new ministries are being founded and unity among believers is increasing.