(Evangelical Focus)— About 30% of Germans believe in the existence of a life after death.
Women are more convinced about the existence of some kind of afterlife (35%) than men (26%), shows a survey conducted by opinion institute Inse-Consulere.
Those who do not believe in a life after death are 35%. Another 28% is not sure on what to think about this issue.
According to this survey, Muslims clearly defended their idea of life after death (67%), followed by free Christians (49% – which include evangelical Christians), Roman Catholics (40%) and historic Protestants (32%).
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