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Historie, Nederlando estis hegemonie [[Kristanismo|kristana]] socio. El la apero de la [[Protestanta Reformacio]], la nederlandanoj dividiĝis en ĉirkaŭ du trionoj de [[Protestantoj]] (ĉefe [[Reformitaj]]) kaj unu triono [[Romkatolikoj]].<ref group="nb">Por detala statistiko, rigardu [[:nl:Religie in Nederland#Statistieken van het CBS|Statistiko de la nederlanda Centraal Bureau van de Statistiek]].</ref> Tio ekŝanĝiĝis laŭgrade en la 20a jarcento<ref group="nb">The religious development of the Netherlands in the 20th century, and its three defining censuses: The census of 31 December 1930 recorded various Protestants at 46.3%, Roman Catholics at 36.5% and the remainder at 17.2%. The census of 31 May 1947 recorded various Protestants at 42.3%, Roman Catholics at 38.6% and the remainder at 19.1%. The census of 31 May 1960 recorded various Protestants at 40.7%, Roman Catholics at 40.5% and the remainder at 18.8%.</ref> as there has been a steep decline in religious adherence, which continues. There was a [[pillarisation|strong religious difference]] between the Roman Catholic south and the Reformed north, remains of which are still in evidence. The Netherlands is currently one of the most [[secular]] countries in the world. About 39% of the population is religiously affiliated and in 2010 fewer than 5.6% visited religious services regularly (once or more per month). In spite of an overall decline in religiosity, a countervailing trend is the religious revival in the Protestant [[Bible Belt (Netherlands)|Bible Belt]], and the growth of Muslim and Hindu communities.<ref>Hans Knippenberg, "Secularization in the Netherlands in its historical and geographical dimensions," ''GeoJournal'' (1998) 45#3 pp 209–220. [http://www.springerlink.com/content/k0658n63j673385u/ online]</ref><ref>Tomáš Sobotka and Feray Adigüzel, "Religiosity and spatial demographic differences in the Netherlands" (2002) [http://som.eldoc.ub.rug.nl/ online]</ref>
 
Historie, Nederlando estis hegemonie [[Kristanismo|kristana]] socio. El la apero de la [[Protestanta Reformacio]], la nederlandanoj dividiĝis en ĉirkaŭ du trionoj de [[Protestantoj]] (ĉefe [[Reformitaj]]) kaj unu triono [[Romkatolikoj]].<ref group="nb">Por detala statistiko, rigardu [[:nl:Religie in Nederland#Statistieken van het CBS|Statistiko de la nederlanda Centraal Bureau van de Statistiek]].</ref> Tio ekŝanĝiĝis laŭgrade en la 20a jarcento<ref group="nb">Theĉar religiousestis developmentforta ofdeklivo theen Netherlandsla inreligia thealiĝo, 20thkio century,plnuas. andPri itsla threereligia definingdisvolviĝo censusesde Nederlando en la 20a jarcento, estis tri difinaj censoj: Thenome censusla ofcenso 31de December31a de Decembro 1930 recordedregistris la variousdiversajn ProtestantsProtestantojn atje 46.3%, RomanRomkatolikojn Catholics atje 36.5% andkaj thela remainderceteron atje 17.2%. TheLa censuscenso ofde 3131a Mayde Majo 1947 recordedregistris variousla Protestantsdiversajn atProtestantojn je 42.3%, RomanRomkatolikojn Catholics atje 38.6% andkaj thela remainderceteron atje 19.1%. TheLa censuscenso ofde 3131a Mayde Majo 1960 recordedregistris variousla Protestantsdiversajn atProtestantojn je 40.7%, RomanRomkatolikojn Catholics atje 40.5% andkaj thela remainderceteron atje 18.8%.</ref> asEstis thereforta hasduparta beenreligia adiferenco steepinter declinela inromkatolika religioussudo adherence,kaj whichla continues.reformacia There was a [[pillarisation|strong religious difference]] between the Roman Catholic south and the Reformed northnordo, remainsrestoj ofel whichkiuj areankoraŭ still in evidenceevidentiĝas. TheNederlando Netherlandsestas isnuntempe currentlyunu oneel ofla the mostplej [[secularsekulara]]j countrieslandoj inen thela worldmondo. AboutĈirkaŭ 39% ofde thela populationloĝantaro isestas religiouslyreligie affiliatedaliĝinta andkaj inen 2010 fewermal thanpli ol 5.6% visitedvizitis religiousreligiajn servicesservojn regularlyregule (onceunufoje or moreplie perpor monthmonato). InSpite spitela ofĝenerala anmalpliiĝo overallen decline in religiosityreligiemo, akontraŭdirekta countervailingtendenco trendestas isla thereligia religiousrevivado revivalen inla the ProtestantProtestanta [[BibleBiblia Beltzono (NetherlandsNederlando)|BibleBiblia BeltZono]], andkaj thela growthkresko ofde Muslimislamaj andkaj Hinduhinduismaj communitieskomunumoj.<ref>Hans Knippenberg, "Secularization in the Netherlands in its historical and geographical dimensions," ''GeoJournal'' (1998) 45#3 pp 209–220. [http://www.springerlink.com/content/k0658n63j673385u/ online]</ref><ref>Tomáš Sobotka and Feray Adigüzel, "Religiosity and spatial demographic differences in the Netherlands" (2002) [http://som.eldoc.ub.rug.nl/ onlinerete]</ref>
Religion in the Netherlands is generally considered a personal matter and is not supposed to be propagated in public.<ref name="Becker, Jos and Joep de Hart 2006">{{cite book|title=Godsdienstige veranderingen in Nederland|language=Dutch|author1=Becker, Jos |author2=Joep de Hart |lastauthoramp=yes |isbn=90-377-0259-7|year=2006|publisher=Sociaal en Cultureel Planbureau|oclc=84601762}}</ref><ref>{{Cite book|title=Godsdienstige veranderingen in Nederland|language=Dutch|author1=Becker, Jos |author2=Joep de Hart |lastauthoramp=yes |isbn=90-377-0259-7|year=2006|publisher=Sociaal en Cultureel Planbureau|oclc=84601762}}</ref><ref>[http://www.gmanetwork.com/news/story/338181/news/world/dutch-bishops-give-pope-francis-bleak-picture-of-church-in-decline Bleak picture of church in decline] 4 December 2013 GMA news</ref>
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Religion[[Religio]] inen theNederlando Netherlands isestas generally considered a personal matter and is not supposed to be propagated in public.<ref name="Becker, Jos and Joep de Hart 2006">{{cite book|title=Godsdienstige veranderingen in Nederland|language=Dutch|author1=Becker, Jos |author2=Joep de Hart |lastauthoramp=yes |isbn=90-377-0259-7|year=2006|publisher=Sociaal en Cultureel Planbureau|oclc=84601762}}</ref><ref>{{Cite book|title=Godsdienstige veranderingen in Nederland|language=Dutch|author1=Becker, Jos |author2=Joep de Hart |lastauthoramp=yes |isbn=90-377-0259-7|year=2006|publisher=Sociaal en Cultureel Planbureau|oclc=84601762}}</ref><ref>[http://www.gmanetwork.com/news/story/338181/news/world/dutch-bishops-give-pope-francis-bleak-picture-of-church-in-decline Bleak picture of church in decline] 4 December 2013 GMA news</ref>
The Dutch constitution guarantees freedom of education, which means that all schools that adhere to general quality criteria receive the same government funding. This includes schools based on religious principles by religious groups (especially Roman Catholic and various Protestant). Three political parties in the Dutch parliament ([[Christian Democratic Appeal|CDA]], [[ChristianUnion]], and [[Reformed Political Party|SGP]]) are based upon the Christian belief. Several Christian religious holidays are national holidays (Christmas, Easter, [[Pentecost]] and the [[Ascension of Jesus]]).<ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.beleven.org/feesten/lijsten/landen.php?land=Nederland |title=Feestdagen Nederland |publisher=Beleven.org |accessdate=27 January 2010}}</ref>
 
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