Martyr's Free Church in Edinburgh is part of the rich history of Christianity in Scotland. Today it's "Frankenstein," a bar that describes itself as a family-friendly venue but also a place for stag parties, bar top dancers and monsters.
St Paul's Church in Bristol, England is now a school for circus performers.
And in Llanera, Spain, the Church of Santa Barbara is now "Kaos Temple," a skateboard park.
But before you get angry at the new owners, understand that Europe today has more empty church buildings than it knows what to do with because Europe is, by and large, no longer Christian.
You could say these churches are the remnants of a "lost civilization." Christian civilization. It was once at the very heart of Europe's life and culture. Those days are over.
Belief in the Christian God Has Plummeted
"In Britain, something like 70 or 75% of British [people] under 30 say they have no religion," says theologian Stephen Bullivant, author of Mass Exodus.
And Bullivant has more bad news: Europe's move away from Christianity is accelerating.
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