Is Russia today majority Christian or atheist or Islam ?
- Chi girlLv 74 months agoFavorite Answer
The majority of Russians are Russian Orthodox Christian.Source(s): Greek Orthodox Christian
- 👀 🚶Lv 54 months ago
Russia's majority is Russian Orthodox Trinitarianism.
They ban all who do they do not agree with. They have banned Jehovah's Witnesses.
- Anonymous4 months ago
Some sources say Christianity is majority. Some sources say atheism is majority.
Islam is definitely a minority.
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- Gus DihnLv 64 months ago
Russian Orthodox 15-20%, Muslim 10-15%, other Christian 2% (2006 est.)Source(s): CIA World Fact Book
- AaronLv 74 months ago
Atheist I think. I don't think they are keen on any religions.
- 4 months ago
Unfortunately the Communist State was unable to wipe out the semitic religions of Islam and Christianity within their borders.
- e.boo.r12Lv 74 months ago
None. It s all forbidden.
- megalomaniacLv 74 months ago
Under the Soviet Regime it was officially atheist but Orthodox Christianity survived underground. Now that religion is "allowed" again, Orthodox Christianity is in control. But of course that is also political. There are quite a few Muslims but they don't count. Well depending on who you ask. It's hard to know, especially from far away. Appearances, what is "allowed", and what actually happens are all different things in Russia.
- Campbell HaydenLv 74 months ago
Russia today remains a country whose people
still hold the Russian Orthodox Church in very high esteem.