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  • #REDIRECT [[Text:EBD:North country]]
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  • Among the other religions, here is the break down: The following is a country wide breakdown of the various religions with approximate percentage people,
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  • ...s bordered by Sudan, Ethiopia and Djibouti. The two major religions in the country are Christianity and Islam.
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  • #REDIRECT [[Text:EBD:North country]]
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  • ===Statistics by country===
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  • ...wing decades of drought and war. Christianity is the major religion of the country, with about 60% of the population belonging to the [[Ethiopian Orthodox Chu
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  • ...a transition from poverty to wealth in a generation. It is an [[Islam]]ic country where expatriates are allowed freedom to worship in private but open [[Chri
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  • ...has only nominal independence with the Syrian army controlling most of the country. There is freedom of religion, with over half the population [[Muslim]], al
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  • * [[Laos, Asia]] - The country in South-East Asia
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  • * [[Israel]] - The current day country of Israel
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  • Syria is a country in the Middle East.
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  • ...around 50 million, with [[London]] as its capital. It is the most secular country in the United Kingdom, with surveys revealing around half of its people bel ...d continued to be the predominant people around the time of Jesus when the country was occupied by Roman forces and it was during this time that Christianity
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  • {{quote | text="A significant quote made by Abe Zacharias goes here".- Abe Zacharias}} Abe Zacharias has been a Christian Country/Western and Gospel, singer/songwriter since 1973. During that time he has w
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  • * [[Greece]] - The country of Greece and its people
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  • ...] where [[Arab]] people, mostly [[Muslims]] had lived for generations. The name Israel comes from the [[Old Testament]] - the patriach [[Jacob]] was rename
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  • ...meet together in house gatherings. Only Buddhist texts are allowed in the country. There are thought to be about 10,000 Christians.
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  • ...and northward into the Arctic Ocean. Canada is the world's second largest country by total area, and shares land borders with the [[United States of America] * [http://www.?.com web site title goes here]
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  • ...and cities of the [[world]]. It contains demographic information on every country from a Christian perspective and is "packed with informative and inspiring
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  • ...ry in [[North America]]. There is freedom of religion. More than any other country, it has obvious conservative Christian and secular liberal voices. Christia The country can trace it's origins back to imperial England. With the discovery of the
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  • ...it has over 118,000 registered users, and serves members from almost every country in the world.
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  • ...ed, and Kenya's attempts at distibuting supplies have been hampered by the country's poor infastructure and lack of supplies. What makes the situation even wo
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  • ...India since the time of the apostles. There is freedom of religion in the country.
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