Wiki<quoted text> Start with Denmark.Low crime rate.High standard of living.This country does not have to spend huge amounts of its GDP on being the worlds"policeman".Ca n't post links with this phone.Check out Wikipedia and Encyclopedia Britannica, you will be surprised at the success of the Danes.
According to the most recent Eurobarometer Poll 2005, 31% of Danish citizens responded that "they believe there is a God", 49% responded that "they believe there is some sort of spirit or life force" and 19% responded that "they do not believe there is any sort of spirit, God or life force". Another poll, carried out in 2009, found that 25% of Danes believe Jesus is the son of God, and 18% believe he is the saviour of the world.
Seems they are not exactly a Christian country, nor even high on belief in a personal god. "Spirit or life force" can mean various things, and does not imply a god. Thus the majority are at least agnostic to a god.
Kind of puts to rest the claim of Christians that a god is needed for good behavior.