What an odd question.
Europe is no different than its ever been, or to coin a crude phrase popular in parts of England; ‘same s***t, different day’.
I think the tendency a lot of people have today, is to read into an increase in media coverage, combined with liberal progression and political shenanigans. Suddenly they arrive at a rapture or ‘Armageddon’ scenario for everyone.
Which is laughable at best.
Europe has always been (and likely always will be) extremely polarised in opinions. The majority of young, secularised people now attend university. Which encourages atheistic belief, primarily because of it’s internal culture on campus. Science is also often branded as analogous to atheism now. So where there is education; many perceive faith to diminish considerably in turn. No matter the geographic location.
The majority of people in this world live a lipstick style of faith now. Where their beliefs are more about them and what they receive than anything close to the reverse. It’s not so much a religion of Islam, christIantity, Judaism or otherwise.
But in fact; much like maverick apologist and YouTuber David wood states instead. As ‘people picking and choosing at a religious lunch buffet.’ Whatever is in vogue with their peers - sells tables and chairs at the restaurant. As has ALWAYS been the case.
Numerical scale then has almost nothing to do with faith. Since where would you place more virtue? A monastery of 100 devout monks living in religious soletude or a city of 100 million where people claim to be of faith, but act contrary to it and believe mostly because it’s the ‘done thing locally’,
Personally I’d vouch for the monks.
As a body of people, Europe still has just as many questions and people of faith as anywhere else. Faith rises with the sun and sets with it too for many.
But for others. They know that the trial of faith, lies in adversity and challenge. To be tested in a baptism of fire as it were.
I welcome the increasing decline of faith in Europe. Only the strong will remain afterward. As it should be. No room for doubt, when it comes to the truth.