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The main religion in Papua New Guinea is Christianity.
According to 2000 Census; 96.4% of Papua New Guineans are Christian, of various denominations, whilst 3.6% of other religions are composed of Indigenous beliefs such as traditional animistic and ancestor worship, or religions from other countries, such as Baha'i.

The Papua New Guinea Embassy website states that, out of the total population, 30% are Roman Catholic and 20% are evangelical Lutheran, making up the largest percentage of Protestants.
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