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The separation of church & state – but not really

On 1 JAN 2017, some of the apron strings between the Kingdom of Norway and the Evangelical-Lutheran Church of Norway were cut. Approved by the Norwegian parliament back in 2012, but effective beginning this year, the Norwegian constitution has been amended from referring to the church as the “state’s public religion,” to, “Norway’s national church.”

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