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  • 101 Religion in Austria — Adherence Figures= Among religions in Austria, Roman Catholic Christianity is the predominant one. According to the 2001 census, 73.6% of the country s population adhered to this denomination. [cite web | title= Religion in Austria on CIA World… …

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  • 102 Religion in Tunisia — Islam is by far the dominant religion in Tunisia; 99% of Tunisians are Muslim. Minority religions include Christianity (25,000 adherents), Judaism (1,500 adherents), and the Bahá í Faith (200 adherents). The Constitution of Tunisia provides for… …

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  • 103 Religion in Belgium — A 2006 inquiry in Flanders, long considered more religious than the Brussels or Wallonia regions in Belgium, showed 55% of its inhabitants calling themselves religious while 36% claimed believing that God created the world. [Inquiry by Vepec ,… …

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  • 104 Religion in Colombia — The Religion in Colombia is an expression of the different cultural heritages in the Colombian culture including the Spanish colonisation, the Native Amerindian and the Afro Colombian. Precolumbian periodReligious freedomThe Colombian… …

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  • 105 Religion en Iran — La constitution de la république islamique d Iran de 1979 reconnaît certaines minorités religieuses (gens du livre) : les chrétiens, juifs et zoroastriens, qui disposent de sièges réservés au parlement. La minorité sabéenne avec quelques… …

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  • 106 Religion in Luxembourg — There are many active religions in Luxembourg. The most important, in terms of size of congregation and historical importance, is Roman Catholicism, but the state does not support, or discriminate against, any one single… …

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  • 107 Religion in Bulgaria — Bulgaria has been a traditionally Christian state since the adoption of Christianity in 865, with the dominant confession being Eastern Orthodoxy of the Bulgarian Orthodox Church. During the Ottoman rule of the Balkans Islam established itself in …

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  • 108 Religion in Kazakhstan — By tradition the Kazaks are Sunni Muslims of the Hanafi school, and the Russians are Russian Orthodox. In 1994, some 47 percent of the population was Muslim, 44 percent was Russian Orthodox, and 2 percent was Protestant, mainly Baptist. Some Jews …

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  • 109 Religion in Guinea-Bissau — An estimated 38 to 45 percent of the population of Guinea Bissau is Muslim, and 5 to 13 percent is Christian. [http://www.state.gov/g/drl/rls/irf/2007/90102.htm International Religious Freedom Report 2007: Guinea Bissau] . United States Bureau of …

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  • 110 Religion in Panama — The government of Panama does not collect statistics on the religious affiliation of citizens, but various sources estimate that 75 to 85 percent of the population identifies itself as Roman Catholic and 15 to 25 percent as evangelical Christian …

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  • 111 Religion in the Philippines — There are a number of religions that exist in the Philippines.Ancient indigenous beliefsAnimism,for lack of better terminology, can be used to describe the indigenous spiritual traditions practiced by people in the Philippines during pre colonial …

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  • 112 Religion in Arunachal Pradesh — Owing to its ethnic and cultural diversity, Arunachal Pradesh has long been a spot for the syncretism of different traditional religions. As of today, 40% of the state population follow the Donyi Polo and Rangfrah religions while the majority of… …

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  • 113 Religion in Chile — Chile has a Catholic majority, with an estimated 70% of Chileans belonging to that church. According to census data other declared denominations or groupings include: Protestant or Evangelical (15.1%), Jehovah s Witnesses (1%), The Church of… …

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  • 114 Religion in Eritrea — [ Minaret of a mosque in Keren, thumbAlthough reliable statistics are not available, it is estimated that 50 percent of the population of Eritrea is Sunni Muslim and 49 percent is Christian. [http://www.state.gov/g/drl/rls/irf/2007/90096.htm… …

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  • 115 Religion calviniste — Calvinisme Le calvinisme (nommé ainsi d apès Jean Calvin et aussi appelé la tradition réformée, la foi réformée ou la théologie réformée) est une doctrine théologique protestante et une approche de la vie chrétienne[1] qui reposent sur le… …

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  • 116 Religion prétendue réformée — Calvinisme Le calvinisme (nommé ainsi d apès Jean Calvin et aussi appelé la tradition réformée, la foi réformée ou la théologie réformée) est une doctrine théologique protestante et une approche de la vie chrétienne[1] qui reposent sur le… …

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  • 117 Religion in Malaysia — Malaysia is a multiconfessional society, with slightly more than half of its people being Muslims. The internal conflicts the nation has faced have generally been precipitated by ethnicity rather than religion.The country is officially a Muslim… …

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  • 118 Religion in Rwanda — Parish church in Rwamagana, Rwanda The Rwandan government reported on November 1, 2006, that 56.5% of the Rwanda s population is Roman Catholic, 26% is Protestant, 11.1% is Seventh day Adventist, 4.6% is Muslim, 1.7% claims no religious… …

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  • 119 Religion in Mozambique — According to the most recent census conducted by the National Institute of Statistics in 1997, half of the population does not profess to practice a religion or creed; however, religious leaders expected the census scheduled for late 2007 to show …

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  • 120 Religion in Birmingham — This article is about Religion in Birmingham, England. Modern day Birmingham s cultural diversity is reflected in the wide variety of religious beliefs of its citizens. 79.2% of residents identified themselves as belonging to a particular faith… …

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