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Boegner, Marc

This chapter is part of: Les misssions protestantes et le droit international (Volume 029) Collected Courses of the Hague Academy of International Law (Volume 029) Publication Editor: Hague Academy of International Law Volume: 29 Brill | Nijhoff, Leiden | Boston, 1929,

Grace N. Mburu

Togo, officially known as the Togolese Republic, is a West African country with an estimated population of 7.4 million people. Catholicism, Protestantism, and Islam are recognized as state religions. Approximately 33% of the Togolese exclusively practice African traditional religion. The Roman

Ryan Andersen

The population of Belarus is approximately 9.6 million people. Orthodox Christianity, Roman Catholicism, and Protestantism comprise the country’s largest denominations. Only 58.9% of Belarusians identify themselves as believers, however. Approximately 80% of believers identify with either the

Annalee Hickman Moser

Costa Rica has an estimated population of 4.7 million (as of July 2013). Roman Catholicism is the official religion, with 63% of the population identifying themselves as members. The next largest church membership is Protestants, with 23% of the population as members. Pentecostals are the largest

Christoffel Johannes Botha

According to a 2011 World Bank estimate, the population of the Central African Republic is 4.5 million. Sources differ with regard to the religious beliefs of the population: according to the 2003 census, the population is 51% Protestant, 29% Roman Catholic, and 15% Muslim. Other sources indicate

Grace N. Mburu

. Other Christian denominations include Protestant, Orthodox, and Kimbanguist followers. Protestants and Evangelicals make up approximately 40% of the Christian population. The Kimbanguist followers make u...

David Eichert

Roughly 9,500 individuals live on the small Micronesian island of Nauru. 60% of the population is Protestant, with the Nauru Congregational Church being the largest religion on the island with 35% of the population. Other Protestant congregations include the Assembly of God (13%), the Nauru

Gerhard Robbers

Within Germany there are two major churches which are nearly equal in size and importance. The German population amounts to about 81.7 million in total; the Roman Catholic Church has about 25.4 million members, while the Protestant Church has 24.8 million members. The Protestant Church consists of

Richard Alexander Storms

North Korea’s government officially recognizes only a small number of churches and religious organizations, specifically Protestants, Buddhists, Roman Catholics, and the Cheondogyo Young Friends Party. The government officially states that of North Korea’s population of approximately 24.8 million

Miguel Gómez Rosales

Bolivia’s has 10,389,913 inhabitants, of whom approximately 84% are Christian; of those, 73% are Catholic and 11% Protestant or Evangelical. In addition, it is estimated that 3% of the population is atheist, 1% Andean spiritualist (Pachamama), and the rest of other religions or beliefs. In many