Which countries have Christianity as state religion?

How many countries have Christianity as official religion?

In 15 nations, Christianity has been deemed the state religion. These nations include England, Greece, and Iceland.

Is Christianity the official religion of any country?

Thirteen countries – including nine in Europe – are officially Christian, two (Bhutan and Cambodia) have Buddhism as their state religion, and one (Israel) is officially a Jewish state. No country has Hinduism as its state religion.

Does Israel have a state religion?

Israel has no official religion. However, the definition of the state as Jewish creates a strong connection as well as a conflict between state law and religious law. Political interaction of different parties keeps the balance between state and religion largely as it existed during the British Mandate.

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