Actually, it seems that only in Europe and North America do increased education result in secularism, atheism and decreased demographic growth. In the rest of the world, in India, Africa, the Arabic world,South America, one can seem a religious revival while at the same time we white people cry about our scientific evidence which proves that the world will be without religion in 2100. The classical liberalism of Hegel and its consummation as prophesised by Fukuyama and others today is a lie. People cannot live without a metaphysical-theological basis on which they build their worldview. Even in the Czech Republic, one of the most secularised countries in the white world, people still search for spiritual enlightenment. The Czech people, rejected their mother faith, Catholicism when it was rationalised and all forms of mysticism were rejected by the hierarchy and their useful idiots.
Mysticism is dangerous for the priests and bishops and their scientific theologies but they have to learn how to live with it and guide it. But even today, the Czech search for spiritual nourishment in the Eastern Asian religions but they cannot achieve spiritual fullness because their minds still function in the Christian mold, set out by their ancestors.
I think it is too hasty to say that Christianity has lost hold in Europe. Perhaps in 300, 400 years this will be the case but anything can happen. This can be considered the second or third secularist generation in Europe but still European thought is under the slavery of Christian categories. I have considered that in the future, we might return to ancient Rome, where philosophers fought for the imaginations of the Romans, but these thoughts only brought about a general distrust of spiritual-theoretical science and an evasive relativism, which resulted in an adoration of precise legal formulae. In the end, it was neither the Greek philosophers, nor the Roman lawyers but the poor carpenter from Nazareth, born in Bethlehem, of the root of David who was victorious.