Number Of Christian Countries In The World
Christians are often depicted as being in an overwhelming majority worldwide. However, this is only true in certain parts of the world, namely the Americas.
Countries With The Highest Christian Population-United States Of America
The United States of America is the country with the highest Christian population in the world. It has a total number of 244 million Christians, which accounts for 78% of its total population (about 325 million).
The Christian community in USA is dominated by Protestants, who make up more than half the population. Catholics are estimated to be around 22 percent while other denominations make up another 10%.
Brazil is the largest country in South America and the fifth largest in the world. It has a population of over 204 million people, making up about 2.3% of all Christians worldwide and over 80 percent of Brazilians are Christian. Christianity came to Brazil in 1500 when Portuguese explorers arrived on its shores.
Brazil has the largest Catholic population in the world with almost 90% professing that faith, while 6% claim they are Pentecostal Protestants (Lutherans).
China is the most populous country in the world, with a population of 1.3 billion people. It is also the third largest country in terms of landmass, but only second to Russia when considering countries by area (which includes ocean).
Russia has the largest Christian population in the world. About two-thirds of its citizens are Orthodox Christians, and about half of them attend church regularly. Christianity was introduced to Russia around 988 AD by Byzantine missionaries. The Soviet Union was the first state to recognize religious freedom for all its citizens, regardless of their religion or lack thereof.
Russia’s size is the main reason why it has such a large number of Christians; however, this is not true for other countries on this list. For example: China is one-fifth as large as Russia but has only 4% more Christians; Pakistan is one-ninth as large but has 24% fewer Christians; and Japan is one-fourteenth as large but has 14% more Christians than Russia does!
Mexico is a country in North America with a population of over 123 million people. Mexico City is the capital and largest city in Mexico. The official language in Mexico is Spanish, which has been spoken by many of its citizens since the arrival of Spanish colonists in 1519. Christianity was introduced to this region by the Spaniards and has been practiced ever since then. It currently accounts for 80% of the population, making it one of the largest Christian countries in Latin America.
Germany has a population of 82.1 million and Christianity is the largest religion in Germany, with 31% of Germans considering themselves as members of this religion. The country has a long history of Christian culture, with its roots in the Roman Catholic and Protestant traditions. Some estimates suggest that Christianity first arrived in what is now Germany by about 500 AD and was later followed by missionaries like Boniface who founded the Benedictine monasteries such as Fulda.
In 1517 Martin Luther sparked off a conflict between Catholics and Protestants known as The Reformation which spread across Europe. This eventually led to more than 1000 years of religious wars until finally when Napoleon stood victorious over his enemies at Leipzig he promised religious freedom for all subjects under his rule which included those who were Jews or Jehovah’s Witnesses too!
The population of Nigeria is 200 million. The population of Christians in Nigeria is 80 million. Christians in Nigeria are mainly Catholic, Anglican and Protestants.
Nigeria is the largest population of Christians in Africa; it has more than a quarter of all African Christians.
Japan is a country in East Asia. It lies on the eastern side of the Pacific Ocean, between China and South Korea. Japan has the eighth largest population of any country in the world, and its capital city, Tokyo, is one of the most populated cities on earth. The Japanese people have a rich heritage that stretches back thousands of years—and Christianity is one part of that heritage.
Although Christianity is considered a small minority religion in Japan today (less than 1%!), it was not always so small. When Europeans first arrived in Japan around 1500 CE, they introduced their own brand of Protestantism to these islands! As such, most Japanese Christians today are Protestants who practice some form of “Japanese Christianity”.
South Africa has a population of 56.72 million and a Christian population of 71.4% (as of 2010).
The Philippines is the only officially Christian country in Asia. It is the second largest Christian country in the world, after Brazil.
The country has a majority Catholic population (80%) and a large number of Protestants as well (20%). There are also small numbers of Muslims, Jews and Buddhists who live on several islands such as Mindanao.
Christianity is the most widespread religion in the Philippines; this can be seen by visiting any church or cathedral during Mass hours on Sunday mornings when there will be hundreds of people attending mass at various parishes around Metro Manila alone!
There are several countries in the world which are populated by Christian people.
There are several countries in the world which are populated by Christian people. The countries with the highest Christian population are the United States of America, Brazil, China, Russia, Mexico, Germany, Nigeria and South Africa.
The United States of America is a sovereign country located on a continent known as North America. It has an area of 915900 square kilometers and a land mass consisting mostly of mountains and deserts. It has a population of 321 million people who speak many languages like English (85%+), Spanish (10%), French (1%), German (0%), Italian (0%) Japanese (0%) etc., but just one religion Christianity making it one among those countries in the world that have been dominated by Christians since long time ago when they first came into existence here on earth earthy earthedy planet planeteer..
Even though Christian countries are not the majority in the world, they still make up a large part of it. From the most populous to the least, we can conclude that Christianity is far from going extinct and that these countries will continue to stick with their religion for years to come.