What you need to know about the controversial Norwegian religion and its origins

Norwegians have always been fascinated with religion.

But this is no longer the case.

As the world’s third largest economy, Norway is in the middle of a political transition, and it’s starting to look a lot like a country that doesn’t believe in religion at all.

“Norway’s not like some other countries where there’s a big belief in the Bible, but it’s not quite like the Bible,” said Anders Odenmark, a Christian, and the president of the Norwegian Humanist Association.

The government has declared November as Atheist Day, and many are concerned that it could become a yearly holiday.

The government has made it a criminal offense to deny that there is a God, and even the use of the word “God” is illegal.

Norway has had a lot of trouble finding a way to live up to its religious roots, but the country is no stranger to religious controversy.

In recent years, Norway has been a focus for atheist bloggers and groups.

One such group, the Atheist Party, started as a political group but became a political party and has since been active in politics.

It’s a movement that, at its core, is just a small movement that exists to show that people of all religions, no matter how small, have a right to be believed in.

What is religion?

The Bible has many interpretations, some of which are far more liberal than others.

The Bible can be interpreted to mean everything from good to evil, and there are many interpretations of it, according to the Pew Research Center.

Some scholars believe that there are six distinct groups of believers in the Christian faith.

They include believers in Christ, who believe in his divinity, the followers of the Holy Spirit, the saints, and believers in God.

There are many people who are not Christians, but are also called Christians because of their belief in Jesus Christ, according the Bible.

These people are called “Christians.”

The term is used to refer to the number of believers and the number that are actually believers.

According to the United States Census Bureau, the U.S. population is now over 6.3 billion, with about 22.6 million people identifying as Christians.

The U.K. has a population of over 1.7 billion, but only about one in every 1,000 is a Christian.

According a Pew Research study, the majority of Americans, 58 percent, believe in God or a living deity.

The Pew Research survey found that more than 90 percent of those who are Christians identify as non-religious.

One of the most well-known examples of this is the story of St. Francis of Assisi, who converted from the Greek Orthodox Church to Christianity.

In fact, the story was inspired by the Greek story of the Trojan Horse.

According the Bible in the Book of Acts, the Trojan horse led a group of Christians to Jerusalem, where they met with Jesus.

After they were saved by the Holy Ghost, they were sent back to the sea.

The journey back to Italy took a while, but finally they reached Italy and St. John the Baptist came to St. Frances of Assis.

This was the end of the story.

It is known as the story that St. Anthony of Padua, the founder of the Roman Catholic Church, told the apostles and his followers.

The story was not written down, but some of the apostles were able to learn from the story after St. Teresa of Avila, a Dominican nun, gave the story to the people of Rome.

Other Christians who converted to Christianity included St. Paul and St.

“Peter and Paul,” according to Wikipedia.

St. Peter and St Paul were not Catholic saints, but they were followers of Jesus Christ and believed that he was the Messiah.

The New Testament says that St Peter and Peter were baptized into the Christian Church, but St. Mark said that they were not Christian saints.

Despite this, the Catholic Church still considers the Bible to be the word of God and not a book of scripture.

That’s why many Christians believe that the Bible is the word, not the book.

How did religion start?

The story of Jesus and the Apostles, known as Matthew and Mark, begins at the temple in Jerusalem.

According Matthew, Jesus was born on a day when the temple was in full and when the sun was shining.

When the disciples came to the temple to learn the word from the Lord, they could hear a voice from heaven saying, “This is my beloved Son, with whom I am well pleased.”

Jesus was the Son of God.

And when the disciples heard this voice, they went out and worshipped him.

This is the first appearance of the Christian church in Jerusalem, and when Jesus returns to earth, he will establish his kingdom in Jerusalem and will baptize people in the name of the Lord. Mark also