Exactly, we have a Norse past thus it is a part of our heritage. It is a part of our culture, our religion stems from Odin and Thor, not Christianity which we imported from other nations. That was my primary grief, if we should call it that. And yes, the rulers may have converted due to diplomatic reasons (Did we want a crusade to the north?), but the people took hundreds of years before they were christians.
Anyway, I may have misinterpreted you. My pet peeve was more that it seemed to me that you denounced the Norse as nothing to do with being Danish and raised Christianity as everything to do with being Danish. Clearly you did not, so apologies.
What do you mean with "it is a part of our heritage. It is a part of our culture, our religion stems from Odin and Thor"? As i see it next to nothing of modern denmark or the denmark of history has anything to do with our pagan past.
In fact most of our knowledge about that period comes through the eyes of early christian scripts.
Christianity on the other hand, has been the only religion of Denmark as a unified state.