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New data on religious affiliations of Austenasians

The religious views of all subjects and residents of Austenasia have been asked in order to update the Empire’s data on religion within Austenasia.

Said data was last updated just over a year ago, with several new Austenasians since having joined the Empire and some having changed their religious views since then.

Just under half of Austenasians – 46% – are Christians, equating to nineteen people; nine Protestant, six Roman Catholic, and four Orthodox.

The proportion of Austenasians who have no religion, whether atheist or agnostic, is 38%.

Minority religions include Paganism and Spiritualism, each with two adherents, and Islam, with one.

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  1. 23 August 2014 at 4:39 pm

    I am going to have to come right out and say it, Austenasia is an excellent opportunity for the spreading of the gospel in the micronational sphere. I encourage Austenasians to actively bring the gospel to the unsaved in this small but proud nation. All in all I am somewhat surprised to see the low proportion of Christians.

  2. 24 August 2014 at 9:46 pm

    What is the difference between “spiritual” and “spiritualist”?

    • 25 August 2014 at 11:59 am

      Spiritualism is a belief system based on the idea that spirits of the dead communicate with the world of the living; think mediums and séances. “Spiritual”, in this context, refers to the belief that there is “something more” but rejecting traditional religions and organised systems of beliefs.

  1. 5 October 2016 at 10:41 pm

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