You’ve probably heard about how Christianity is “inherently atheistic.”
You’ve seen a few videos on the subject.
You’ve even read about the most Christian countries.
But is there a way to know which are the most catholic, which are more secular, and which are closer to theism?
I talked with two experts to find out.
I asked my colleague Dr. Steven L. Kull, a professor of religion and philosophy at Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis, to help me with my quest.
In this interview, he joins me for a quick Q&A about the top 10 catholic countries.
France: France is a country of a million people, but its catholicity is less than 1%.
This is thanks to the fact that its constitution was created during the French Revolution.
It also happens to be the country that’s one of the most devout Christians, according to Pew Research Center, with more than 86% of French people identifying themselves as Christian.
The French Republic is considered the cradle of Christianity, and in some ways its church has become the backbone of French society.
It is also a country with a population of almost 6.5 million, meaning that nearly half of the population identifies as a Christian.
In other words, it is one of Christianity’s oldest and most powerful allies in the world.
According to Kull: France has an almost total religious diversity, with the largest proportion of the country being Muslim.
This diversity is partly due to the presence of Christians in France as well as the influence of the Catholic Church in the country.
A large part of the French population is Christian.
A recent poll found that 84% of people believe in God, while the other 13% believe in some other supernatural being.
Italy: Italy is the third most Catholic country in the European Union, and its catholics make up about 15% of the entire population.
According a 2016 study, Italian Catholics account for 17% of all registered voters in Italy.
However, the country’s population of 1.6 million people is almost 40% Catholic.
This is despite the fact Italy is one-fifth of the world’s population.
The Vatican says that it is the Church that represents the whole of the people, and the Church is the only place in the Roman Catholic Church where a majority of the clergy is non-Catholic.
Italy’s government is the biggest Catholic in the continent, with about two-thirds of its seats held by bishops.
However the country also has a substantial number of secular politicians, including former prime minister Matteo Renzi and the president of the Chamber of Deputies, Luigi Bersani.
The country has a very active atheist and secular movement, and is the country with the most atheists in Europe.
United States: The United States is a very secular country, with a secular culture and a relatively low rate of church attendance.
According the Pew Research survey, a mere 1.2% of Americans identify as a Catholic.
However this percentage has increased significantly in recent years, as the number of Catholics in the U.S. has risen from 7.3% in 2000 to 16.4% in 2015.
However despite this, the number who identify as Catholic is still quite low, with just 7.4%, according to the most recent census.
That number is likely to increase over the next few decades as more people become more Catholic.
In addition, the United States has a large number of non-religious citizens, as nearly one-third of the nation’s citizens identify as non-Christian.
However one in five Americans say that they do not attend church.
This means that the country has an estimated 4 million people who do not claim to be religious.
The United State has a number of other issues that make it difficult for Americans to be catholic.
There are only five Catholic churches in the entire country, and only about 15 million Catholics are living in the United Sates, meaning there are approximately 1.5 billion Catholics in this country.
The church population is also growing fast, and will probably surpass the number in 2020.
According Kull and his colleague, Dr. John L. Brown, of the Center for American Progress, the U-S is one among the top ten most secular countries in the West.
India: India has about one million Catholics, but there are more than 30 million non-believers.
According Pew Research, a large proportion of India’s population is Catholic, with most Hindus being Christians, while Muslims are the majority.
India is also one of only two countries in which a majority believes in God.
According Brown: The Catholic Church has been one of India a country where the majority believe in Jesus Christ as Lord and Savior.
This has led to a substantial increase in religious diversity and is an important source of identity for millions of Indians.
Hindus are the largest minority group in