1 of 7 Full Screen Autoplay Close Skip Ad × The world’s largest religions, ranked by popularity View Photos Here are the world’s most popular religions.
Caption Here are some of the world “biggest” religions.
Judaism Judaism is the most popular religion in the world, according to Pew Research Center.
Its adherents are the third largest in the United States and the largest in most countries.
Christianity Christianity is the world most widely practiced religion.
It is estimated that more than 1.3 billion people worldwide belong to its Christian churches, the largest denomination in the Christian faith.
Islam Islam is the second-largest religion in Africa, with about 4 billion followers.
It has a history dating back to the Islamic empire of the seventh century, and today has about 6 billion followers worldwide.
Hinduism Hinduism is the oldest religious tradition in the ancient world.
It started in India and spread to other parts of Asia and the Middle East.
Buddhism Buddhism is the longest-established religion in Southeast Asia, the region that includes parts of Malaysia, Thailand, and Myanmar.
Judaism Buddhism is also the oldest religion in India, with an estimated 5 million followers.
There are about 4 million Jews living in India.
The number of Jews living worldwide is estimated at 6 million.
Christianity Catholicism is the largest Christian religion in North America.
In Europe, there are about 7.3 million Christians, and the number of Catholics in Europe is estimated to be about 4.7 million.
The Catholic Church has an estimated 15 million followers in Europe.
The United States, with roughly 11 million Christians and roughly 4.3 to 5 million Catholics, is the top European country with the largest number of adherents of any religion.
Hindu religion Hinduism, also known as Hinduism or Buddhism, is a religious system of belief and practice that traces its origins to India.
It was established by the 7th century B.C. in India after the Buddha, the son of the Indian sage Lord Mahadeva, died.
Buddhism is a religion of ancient India and has been practiced since ancient times.
It traces its roots back to Buddhism in China and spread throughout Asia, Africa, and Europe.
Islam The word Islam means “the religion of God” in Arabic.
It describes a set of beliefs, practices, and laws that are based on a belief in the absolute perfection of Islam, which is the religion of Islam.
Islam is a Muslim faith that emerged after the spread of Islam in the Muslim world around the 740s.
It emerged in the 13th century, but it was banned in much of the Muslim-majority world for nearly 200 years.
Hindu scripture Hindu scripture is a collection of religious texts and sacred texts.
It includes the Vedas, the Gita, the Puranas, and other sacred texts of the Hindu faith.
Judaism A religion that has spread throughout the world and is the basis of Judaism.
The Bible is a book of books, which contains the sacred text of the Bible.
The Jewish faith is a Christian faith, which was formed after the death of the founder of Christianity, John the Baptist.
Christianity Jesus Christ, the Son of God, was born into the world as the son, born of Mary, the Mother of God.
He lived a long time, died, and rose again, becoming the Savior of mankind.
Judaism Christianity is a major world religion.
According to Pew research, there were an estimated 13.5 billion Jews in the entire world in 2015.
There were an additional 2.7 billion Jews living overseas in 2015, and there are some 50 million Jews in Israel.
Christianity Islam is one of the major world religions, and is practiced in many countries around the world.
Islam has a large number of followers in countries including Indonesia, Bangladesh, Egypt, India, Pakistan, and Sri Lanka.
Christianity is widely practiced worldwide, but its adherents are smaller than Judaism.
Islam, however, has a strong following in the Middle Eastern and African regions, and its adherents include some of Africa’s biggest economies and major political powers.
Hindu Religion Hinduism has a number of sects that differ from one another.
Hinduists believe that all living beings are descended from a divine being called Lord Shiva, who came to Earth in a boat.
They also believe that God created humans and animals with physical characteristics that are similar to those of Shiva.
Judaism Hinduism and Christianity are two of the three main religions of the ancient Hindu world.
Hindu and Christian beliefs have a deep connection to one another, and they are often considered as two branches of the same religion.
Judaism, on the other hand, is also considered to be a religion with a number, which includes the Christian and Muslim faiths.
Hindu god Shiva Shiva is a Hindu god and is known as the creator god.
Shiva is sometimes worshiped in Hindu temples in India as the deity of prosperity, prosperity, and prosperity.
The word for “devil” in Hinduism comes from the root “shi” meaning “devotion.”
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