Does Germany believe in God?

Does Germany have free religion?

The constitution prohibits religious discrimination and provides for freedom of faith and conscience and the practice of one’s religion. The country’s 16 states exercise considerable autonomy on registration of religious groups and other matters. Unrecognized religious groups are ineligible for tax benefits.

Does Germany have a state religion?

Religions in Germany

In Germany, people can freely practice their faiths, regardless of which religion they belong to. Religion and state are separate. About every second person in Germany is a Christian. About five percent are Muslims and four percent belong to other religions.

Which country does not have religion?

According to sociologist Phil Zuckerman, broad estimates of those who have an absence of belief in a god range from 500 to 750 million people worldwide.

Countries and regions.

Country or region China (details)
WIN/GIA (2017) 90%
WIN/GIA (2015) 90%
WIN/GIA (2012) 77%
Dentsu (2006) 93%

How many religions are in Germany?

Religions: Roman Catholic 27.1%, Protestant 24.9%, Muslim 5.2%, Orthodox 2%, other Christian 1%, other 1%, none 38.8% (2019 est.) Definition: This entry is an ordered listing of religions by adherents starting with the largest group and sometimes includes the percent of total population.

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