Which country does not believe in God?

Which country believes most in God?

Countries/Districts

Rank Country/District Yes, important
1 Estonia 16%
2 Sweden 17%
3 Denmark 19%
4 Czechia 21%

Which country is non religious?

Being nonreligious is not necessarily equivalent to being an atheist or agnostic. Pew Research Center’s global study from 2012 noted that many of the nonreligious actually have some religious beliefs.

Demographics.

Country or region Hong Kong
WIN/GIA (2017) 63%
WIN/GIA (2015) 70%
WIN/GIA (2012) 60%

Does Buddhism have a God?

Buddhists do not believe in any kind of deity or god, although there are supernatural figures who can help or hinder people on the path towards enlightenment. Siddhartha Gautama was an Indian prince in the fifth century B.C.E. … The Buddha taught about Four Noble Truths.

Is it possible to have a religion without the belief in God?

Inspired, or at least guided by, James, the attorney and philosopher Ronald Dworkin wrote Religion Without God, in which he says there can be such a thing as a “religious atheist.” Basically, you can have religion without God if you have faith that something exists beyond the fact of the universe.

Which country has many gods?

Something unique about Kerala is the fact that standing anywhere in Kerala, you are never far away from a temple, mosque or a church.

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Which religion is No 1 in world?

The Top Ten: Organized Religions of the World

Rank Religion Members
1. Christianity 2.3 billion
2. Islam 1.8 billion
3. Unaffiliated 1.2 billion
4. Hinduism 1.1 billion

In which country there is no Hindu?

In 2010, only two countries in the world had a majority of its population as Hindus – Nepal and India. On Maritius, 48.14 percent of the population were Hindu, according to the 2015 census.

By country.

Region South Asia
Country Bhutan
Hindu total 185,700
Percentage 22.6%–25%
Total population 742,737

Is religion illegal in China?

The Chinese government is wary of religion for several reasons. China is officially an atheist state and Communist Party members are banned from believing in or practicing any faith; there is concern that religion can function as an alternative to Communism and thus undermine loyalty to the government.