1 Norway goes secular, removes Lutheran Church as state religion
The current requirement for at least half of all government ministers to be members of the Church will also be scrapped, and even the minister of church affairs will no longer need to belong to the church.
2 Religions in Norway: An article series / Columns / The Foreigner
In May 2012, the Constitution was amended to separate the Church of Norway from the State, formally making Norway a secular country with no official religion.
3 Norway makes another step in the long road to separating church and state
4 Religion Requirement Will not Determine the Cabinet in Norway