Most people in the United States are Christian. The biggest Christian denomination is Baptist.
THERE IS NOT MANY CHRISTIAN CHURCHES IN THE U. S. A.
many of us say Merry Christmas to our Christian friends
Yes, by many Americans, but not all because their are many people of different faiths in the U.S.
Most people I'm a devout Christian but most aren't that's why we have missionaries
the US does but it is not commonly used by most people :(
i think 72.7% Europeans are christian.
No, the US Constitution clearly states that people have the freedom to practice whatever religion they want. While the majority of people in the US profess to be Christian that is their individual choice; not the mandate or will of the government.
Approximately 3800 Christian churches are in the US. This answer probably left off 2 zeros at the end. Most estimates of Christian churches in the US range from 300,000 to 400,000.
No, many non-Christian people celebrate Halloween.
I live in Runcorn and 65% claim to be christian!
well they are about 38,000 different denomitions of the christian practices in the world..but how many of these people are really christian only the lord knows.....but by having about 38000 different denominations would put us in the millions or even billions off self proclaimed christians
There are about 75 million Catholics in the USA and they make up 24% of the People who proclaim to be Christian. See the link below for more information.
Over 220,000. thingswelearned.com
Roughly estimated as 3,000.
It is estimated that a third of the world's population considers themselves Christian.
All of them so far are Christians, eventhough people say obama is a muslim, hes not,because why would he swear on a bible if he was a muslim? anyway, i believe that he is a christian, no matter what.
76% of the population, or around 230 million people.
About 2 billion people are Christians.
At least 3.
As with most English people (which originally created the US) the religion of the US in 1785 ,as it now, is predominatly Protestant Christian. I am not sure if it was made the state religion. This may sound weird for many Americans in the South-West USA (like California and Texas) because most people there are Catholic Christian (because of the Latin American Heritage majority).