), Roman Catholic 46%, Protestant 41%, atheist 1%, other 2%, none 9%, Buddhist or Taoist 27.9%, Protestant 6.7%, Roman Catholic 5.3%, Muslim 4.2%, Hindu 1.4%, Sikh 0.2%, other or none 54.3%, Roman Catholic 37.2%, Calvinist 11.6%, Lutheran 2.2%, Greek Catholic 1.8%, other 1.9%, none 18.2%, no response 27.2%, Evangelical Lutheran Church of Iceland (official) 67.2%, Roman Catholic 3.9%, Reykjavik Free Church 2.8%, Hafnarfjordur Free Church 2%, Asatru Association 1.2%, The Independent Congregation .9%, other religions 4% (includes Zuist and Pentecostal), none 6.7%, other or unspecified 11.3%, Hindu 79.8%, Muslim 14.2%, Christian 2.3%, Sikh 1.7%, other and unspecified 2%, Muslim 87.2%, Protestant 7%, Roman Catholic 2.9%, Hindu 1.7%, other 0.9% (includes Buddhist and Confucian), unspecified 0.4%, Muslim (official) 99.4% (Shia 90-95%, Sunni 5-10%), other (includes Zoroastrian, Jewish, and Christian) 0.3%, unspecified 0.4%, Muslim (official) 95-98% (Shia 64-69%, Sunni 29-34%), Christian 1% (includes Catholic, Orthodox, Protestant, Assyrian Church of the East), other 1-4%, Roman Catholic 78.3%, Church of Ireland 2.7%, other Christian 1.6%, Orthodox 1.3%, Muslim 1.3%, other 2.4%, none 9.8%, unspecified 2.6%, Protestant (Anglican, Methodist, Baptist, Presbyterian, Society of Friends), Roman Catholic, Jewish 74.3%, Muslim 17.8%, Christian 1.9%, Druze 1.6%, other 4.4%, Christian 83.3% (overwhelmingly Roman Catholic with very small groups of Jehovah's Witnesses and Protestants), Muslim 3.7%, unaffiliated 12.4%, other 0.6%, Protestant 64.8% (includes Seventh Day Adventist 12.0%, Pentecostal 11.0%, Other Church of God 9.2%, New Testament Church of God 7.2%, Baptist 6.7%, Church of God in Jamaica 4.8%, Church of God of Prophecy 4.5%, Anglican 2.8%, United Church 2.1%, Methodist 1.6%, Revived 1.4%, Brethren 0.9%, and Moravian 0.7%), Roman Catholic 2.2%, Jehovah's Witness 1.9%, Rastafarian 1.1%, other 6.5%, none 21.3%, unspecified 2.3%, Shintoism 70.4%, Buddhism 69.8%, Christianity 1.5%, other 6.9%, Protestant (Anglican, Baptist, Congregational New Church, Methodist, Presbyterian), Roman Catholic, Muslim 97.2% (official; predominantly Sunni), Christian 2.2% (majority Greek Orthodox, but some Greek and Roman Catholics, Syrian Orthodox, Coptic Orthodox, Armenian Orthodox, and Protestant denominations), Buddhist 0.4%, Hindu 0.1%, Jewish <0.1, folk <0.1, unaffiliated <0.1, other <0.1, Muslim 70.2%, Christian 26.2% (mainly Russian Orthodox), other 0.2%, atheist 2.8%, unspecified 0.5%, Christian 85.5% (Protestant 33.4%, Catholic 20.6%, Evangelical 20.4%, African Instituted Churches 7%, other Christian 4.1%), Muslim 10.9%, other 1.8%, none 1.6%,Â don'tÂ know/no answerÂ 0.2%, Roman Catholic 57.3%, Kiribati Uniting Church 31.3%, Mormon 5.3%, Baha'i 2.1%, Seventh Day Adventist 1.9%, other 2.1%, traditionally Buddhist and Confucianist, some Christian and syncretic Chondogyo (Religion of the Heavenly Way), Protestant 19.7%, Buddhist 15.5%, Catholic 7.9%, none 56.9%, Muslim 95.6%, Roman Catholic 2.2%, Orthodox 1.5%, other 0.1%, none 0.1%, unspecified 0.6%, Muslim (official) 74.6%, Christian 18.2%, other and unspecified 7.2%, Muslim 90% (majority Sunni), Christian 7% (Russian Orthodox 3%), other 3% (includes Jewish, Buddhist, Baha'i), Buddhist 64.7%, Christian 1.7%, none 31.4%, other/not stated 2.1%, Lutheran 36.2%, Roman Catholic 19.5%, Orthodox 19.1%, other Christian 1.6%, other 0.1%, unspecified/none 23.5%, Muslim 61.1% (30.6% Sunni, 30.5% Shia, smaller percentages of Alawites and Ismailis), Christian 33.7% (Maronite Catholics are the largest Christian group), Druze 5.2%, very small numbers of Jews, Baha'is, Buddhists, and Hindus, Protestant 47.8% (Pentecostal 23.1%, Lesotho Evangelical 17.3%, Anglican 7.4%), Roman Catholic 39.3%, other Christian 9.1%, non-Christian 1.4%, none 2.3%, Christian 85.6%, Muslim 12.2%, Traditional 0.6%, other 0.2%, none 1.5%, Muslim (official; virtually all Sunni) 96.6%, Christian 2.7%, Buddhist 0.3%, Hindu <0.1, Jewish <0.1, folk religion <0.1, unafilliated 0.2%, other <0.1, Roman Catholic (official) 73.4%, Protestant Reformed 6.3%, Muslim 5.9%,Â Christian Orthodox 1.3%, Lutheran 1.2%, other Protestant .7%, other Christian .3%, other .8%, none 7%, unspecified 3.3%, Roman Catholic 77.2%, Russian Orthodox 4.1%, Old Believer 0.8%, Evangelical Lutheran 0.6%, Evangelical Reformist 0.2%, other (including Sunni Muslim, Jewish, Greek Catholic, and Karaite) 0.8%, none 6.1%, unspecified 10.1%, Christian (predominantly Roman Catholic) 70.4%, Muslim 2.3%, other (includes Buddhist, folk religions, Hindu, Jewish) 0.5%, none 26.8%, folk religionist 58.9%, Buddhist 17.3%, Christian 7.2%, other 1.2%, none 15.4%, Protestant 33.5% (includes Church of Central Africa Presbyterian 14.2%, Seventh Day Adventist/Baptist 9.4%, Pentecostal 7.6%, Anglican 2.3%), Roman Catholic 17.2%, other Christian 26.6%, Muslim 13.8%, traditionalist 1.1%, other 5.6%, none 2.1%, Muslim (official) 61.3%, Buddhist 19.8%, Christian 9.2%, Hindu 6.3%, Confucianism, Taoism, other traditional Chinese religions 1.3%, other 0.4%, none 0.8%, unspecified 1%, Muslim 93.9%, Christian 2.8%, animist .7%, none 2.5%, Protestant 80.5% (United Church of Christ 47%, Assembly of God 16.2%, Bukot Nan Jesus 5.4%, Full Gospel 3.3%, Reformed Congressional Church 3%, Salvation Army 1.9%, Seventh Day Adventist 1.4%, Meram in Jesus 1.2%, other Protestant 1.1%), Roman Catholic 8.5%,Â Mormon 7%, Jehovah's Witness 1.7%,Â other 1.2%, none 1.1%, Hindu 48.5%, Roman Catholic 26.3%, Muslim 17.3%, other Christian 6.4%, other 0.6%, none 0.7%, unspecified 0.1%, Roman Catholic 82.7%, Pentecostal 1.6%, Jehovah's Witness 1.4%, other Evangelical Churches 5%, other 1.9%, none 4.7%, unspecified 2.7%, Roman Catholic 54.7%, Protestant 41.1% (includes Congregational 38.5%, Baptist 1.1%, Seventh Day Adventist 0.8%, Assembly of God 0.7%), Mormon 1.5%, other 1.9%, none 0.7%, unspecified 0.1%, Orthodox 90.1%, other Christian 2.6%, other 0.1%, agnostic, Buddhist 53%, Muslim 3%, Shamanist 2.9%, Christian 2.2%, other 0.4%, none 38.6%, Orthodox 72.1%, Muslim 19.1%, Catholic 3.4%, atheist 1.2%, other 1.5%, unspecified 2.6%, Protestant 67.1% (includes Anglican 21.8%, Methodist 17%, Pentecostal 14.1%, Seventh Day Adventist 10.5%, and Church of God 3.7%), Roman Catholic 11.6%, Rastafarian 1.4%, other 6.5%, none 2.6%, unspecified 10.8%, Muslim 99% (official; virtually all Sunni, <0.1% Shia), other 1% (includes Christian, Jewish, and Baha'i); note - Jewish about 6,000, Roman Catholic 27.2%, Muslim 18.9%, Zionist Christian 15.6%, Evangelical/Pentecostal 15.3%, Anglican 1.7%, other 4.8%, none 13.9%, unspecified 2.5%, Christian 80% to 90% (at least 50% Lutheran), indigenous beliefs 10% to 20%, Protestant 60.4% (includes Nauru Congregational 35.7%, Assembly of God 13%, Nauru Independent Church 9.5%, Baptist 1.5%, and Seventh Day Adventist 0.7%), Roman Catholic 33%, other 3.7%, none 1.8%, unspecified 1.1%, Hindu 81.3%, Buddhist 9%, Muslim 4.4%, Kirant 3.1%, Christian 1.4%, other 0.5%, unspecified 0.2%, Roman Catholic 23.6%, Protestant 14.9% (includes Dutch Reformed 6.4%, Protestant Church of The Netherlands 5.6%, Calvinist 2.9%), Muslim 5.1%, other 5.6% (includes Hindu, Buddhist, Jewish), none 50.7%, Roman Catholic 60%, Protestant 30%, other 10%, Christian 37.3% (Catholic 10.1%, Anglican 6.8%, Presbyterian and Congregational 5.2%, Pentecostal 1.8%, Methodist 1.6%, Mormon 1.2%, other 10.7%), Hindu 2.7%, Maori 1.3%, Muslim, 1.3%, Buddhist 1.1%, other religion 1.6% (includes Judaism, Spiritualism and New Age religions, Baha'i, Asian religions other than Buddhism), no religion 48.6%, objected to answering 6.7%, Roman Catholic 50%, Evangelical 33.2%, other 2.9%, unspecified 13.2%, none 0.7%, Muslim 99.3%, Christian 0.3%, animist 0.2%, none 0.1%, Muslim 53.5%, Roman Catholic 10.6%, other Christian 35.3%, other .6%, Ekalesia Niue (Congregational Christian Church of Niue - a Protestant church founded by missionaries from the London Missionary Society) 67%, other Protestant 3% (includes Seventh Day Adventist 1%, Presbyterian 1%, and Methodist 1%), Mormon 10%, Roman Catholic 10%, Jehovah's Witnesses 2%, other 6%, none 2%, Protestant 46.8% (Anglican 29.2%, Uniting Church in Australia 9.8%, Presbyterian 2.9%, Seventh Day Adventist 2.7%, other 2.2%), Roman Catholic 12.6%, other Christian 2.9%, other 1.4%, none 26.7%, unspecified 9.5%, Macedonian Orthodox 64.8%, Muslim 33.3%, other Christian 0.4%, other and unspecified 1.5%, Christian (Roman Catholic majority, although traditional beliefs and taboos may still be found), Church of Norway (Evangelical Lutheran - official) 70.6%, Muslim 3.2%, Roman Catholic 3%, other Christian 3.7%, other 2.5%, unspecified 17%, Muslim 85.9%, Christian 6.5%, Hindu 5.5%, Buddhist 0.8%, Jewish <0.1%, other 1%, unaffiliated 0.2% (2010 est.
President Barack Obama is scheduled to visit Indonesia Nov. 9-10 as part of a 10-day trip to Asia. The early maritime empire of Srivijaya on Sumatra served as a Buddhist learning center for Chinese monks in the seventh century. Among the 257,6 million people in entire country, almost all of it is Muslim. President Barack Obama is scheduled to visit Indonesia Nov. 9-10 as part of a 10-day trip to Asia. Office. All rights reserved © 2019 TourfromBali.com, Two Islamic movements occurred in 1912 and 1926. The Spaniards also helped and certain regions such as the Moluccas were mostly converted to Christianity. Until the present day most inhabitants of this island (known as 'island of the Gods') practice Balinese Hinduism. Some Dayak natives in Borneo still follow an old religion called Kaharingan, and it is even mixed with Hindu influences due to their similarities. Apart from the traditional (mainline) church, the charismatic movement (which - like Pentecostals - puts emphasis on the gifts of the Spirit) has a growing following in the bigger cities of Indonesia. days if their qualifications meet our needs. Various varieties of animism were already practiced in the region before the arrival of Hinduism (Hinduism arrived in the archipelago through a trade network stretching from China to India in the first century of the Common Era).
You can also visit various Catholic churches or worship places outside the Christian-majority areas. The natives of Sumba Island also have an ancient religion called Marapu, in which they worship the spirits of ancestors. However, it was de-recognized by the Suharto government as the regime tried to restrict expressions that originated from China (including the Chinese language, celebrations, and names) in order to prevent the emergence of clashes between the native Indonesians and ethnic Chinese (although forming less than 3 percent of the Indonesian population, this Chinese minority gained a disproportionately large share in the nation's economy). There are, however, pockets of Christians scattered throughout the country, particularly in Flores, Timor, northern Celebes, the interior of Kalimantan, and the Moluccas. A new Pew Forum graphic shows that Indonesia is the country with the world’s largest Muslim population (205 million). 2018 The iconic Borobudur Temple is considered the largest Buddhist temple in the world, and despite its status as a popular travel destination, Buddhists still gather here for major religious events. Please check our site map, search Unlike some other countries where religions are constantly fighting between one and another, Indonesia is lucky to be one of the tolerant countries in the world. If you feel it is safe, consider providing these details with your submission: We cannot guarantee a response to every message. Indonesia’s yearly growth change is about 1.07% for 2020. Two Islamic movements occurred in 1912 and 1926. Employment: We do not routinely However, over the course of centuries these animist streams have blended with the mainstream monotheistic religions (and Sufi Islam), resulting in several specific local belief-systems such as Kejawen in Java and Kaharingan in Kalimantan (practiced by Dayaks). answer questions about employment beyond the information on this Web site, and we do not routinely 1615 L St. NW, Suite 800 Washington, DC 20036 USA Of all official religions Hinduism has the longest history in the archipelago. It should also be noted that there are two “types” of Islam in Indonesia. It all started in 1511 when Portuguese started their invasion of Indonesian islands and spread Catholicism. Muslim 99.7% (Sunni 84.7 - 89.7%, Shia 10 - 15%), other 0.3%, Muslim 56.7%, Roman Catholic 10%, Orthodox 6.8%, atheist 2.5%, Bektashi (a Sufi order) 2.1%, other 5.7%, unspecified 16.2%, Muslim (official; predominantly Sunni) 99%, other (includes Christian and Jewish) <1%, Christian 98.3%, other 1%, unaffiliated 0.7%, Roman Catholic 41.1%, Protestant 38.1%, other 8.6%, none 12.3%, Protestant 73.2% (includes Anglican 22.7%, Methodist 19.4%, Pentecostal 10.5%, Seventh Day Adventist 8.3%, Baptist 7.1%, Church of God 4.9%, Presbytarian 0.2%, Brethren 0.1%), Roman Catholic 6.8%, Jehovah's Witness 1.1%, other Christian 10.9%, other 3.2%, unspecified 0.3%, none 4.5%, Protestant 68.3% (Anglican 17.6%, Seventh Day Adventist 12.4%, Pentecostal 12.2%, Moravian 8.3%, Methodist 5.6%, Wesleyan Holiness 4.5%, Church of God 4.1%, Baptist 3.6%), Roman Catholic 8.2%, other 12.2%, unspecified 5.5%, none 5.9%, nominally Roman Catholic 92% (less than 20% practicing), Protestant 2%, Jewish 2%, other 4%, Armenian Apostolic 92.6%, Evangelical 1%, other 2.4%, none 1.1%, unspecified 2.9%, Roman Catholic 75.3%, Protestant 4.9% (includes Methodist 0.9%, Adventist 0.9%, Anglican 0.4%, other Protestant 2.7%), Jehovah's Witness 1.7%, other 12%, none 5.5%, unspecified 0.5%, Protestant 23.1% (Anglican 13.3%, Uniting Church 3.7%, Presbyterian and Reformed 2.3%, Baptist 1.5%, Pentecostal 1.1%, Lutheran .7%, other Protestant .5%), Roman Catholic 22.6%, other Christian 4.2%, Muslim 2.6%, Buddhist 2.4%, Orthodox 2.3% (Eastern Orthodox 2.1%, Oriental Orthodox .2%), Hindu 1.9%, other 1.3%, none 30.1%, unspecified 9.6%, Catholic 57%, Eastern Orthodox 8.7%, Muslim 7.9%,Â Evangelical ChristianÂ 3.3%, other/none/unspecified 23.1%, Muslim 96.9% (predominantly Shia), Christian 3%, other <0.1, unaffiliated <0.1 (2010 est. These Christian communities tend to cluster in the eastern part of Indonesia. professional. Geographically speaking, it started in coastal Java (where the trade occurred) to Sumatra and then northern of Central Java. The whole migration history started around – 28,000 BC and then went on with the massive arrival of nationals from India, China, Cambodia, Arabic countries, Britain (1800’s), and Dutch (1600’s). According to Pew’s data, there are 205 million Indonesians who are Muslims which means that Indonesia is actually the biggest (in terms of volume) Muslim country in the world accounting for 13% of the world Muslim community. You then have 5% of Christian Protestants, 3% of Roman Catholic, 2% of Hindus, 1% of Buddhists and 1% of other traditional religions. When the Indian traders introduced the religion, local leaders quickly adopted it because it gave them leverage in political powers. It should also be noted that there are two “types” of Islam in Indonesia. Well, before going to a new place, you have to gather some information about the local culture. In 2006 the government, again, recognized Confucianism as one of the state's official religions. We read every letter or e-mail we receive, and we will convey your comments to CIA officials outside OPA as appropriate. You then have 5% of Christian Protestants, 3% of Roman Catholic, 2% of Hindus, 1% of Buddhists and 1% of other traditional religions. In the 4th century, Hinduism started to expand in Indonesia particularly in Java and Sumatra. Indonesia's Buddhist communities are concentrated in Riau, the Riau Islands, Bangka Belitung, North Sumatra, West Kalimantan and Jakarta.
As you can see on the graph below, Indonesia in mainly a Muslim country with almost 9 out of 10 Indonesian being Muslims. It is a subsidiary of The Pew Charitable Trusts. Around 87.6 percent of populations in Indonesia identify themselves as Muslims, making Islam the largest religions in Indonesia. These issues have received international attention as several governments, organizations and media have expressed concern over the ensuring of freedom of religion in Indonesia. Indonesian inhabitants history led to the creation of a diverse religion landscape and the cohabitation in the harmony of more than 6 different religions. International trade has always been a major part of the Indonesian economy. The Office of Public Affairs (OPA) is the single point of contact for all inquiries about the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA). Kerthayasa, Kedonganan, Kuta, Kedonganan, Kuta, Badung Regency, Bali 80361, Indonesia, I Wisma 46, Jl. Confucianism was brought to the Archipelago (from mainland China), primarily by Chinese merchants and immigrants starting from the 3rd century of the Common Era. Based on current projections, Indonesia’s current population is expected to reach its peak of 337.38 million by 2067 and the decrease in the decades following. However, the Chinese populations in Indonesia have long embraced this religion, and the first Kong Hu Chu temple was even opened in 1883. This was due to Dutch policy in the colonial era that limited the activities of Catholic teachings (the Dutch were Protestant-Calvinist). Around 87.6 percent of populations in Indonesia identify themselves as Muslims, making Islam the largest religions in Indonesia. Sangiran is known for being the source of more than 80 species. is a religion that has been followed by a group of ethnic Sundanese in West Java since before the coming of Hindu and Buddhism. However, the Catholic populations also live in other provinces, including near business and government centers in Java. Nearly nine-tenths of the Indonesian population professes Islam. Sudirman, Karet Tengsin, Tanah Abang, Central Jakarta City, Jakarta 10250, Indonesia, C 9th Floor, Office 960, No. However, any minority in any country will, most likely, have to deal with discriminatory actions, and Indonesia is no exception to this 'rule'.
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