Puritan and Congregationalist
Judaism. It's monotheistic.
They had religious freedom where all religions were welcome.
If you go on google and type in "cook island religion", it gives you an answer Christanity
Colonial Delaware was governed as a proprietary colony. This type of colony was governed by a person called a proprietor who was given the power to rule by the English monarch. The colony was run through a charter agreement. The other proprietary colonies were Maryland and Pennsylvania.
In ancient Times, they followed a monolatrous religion that worshipped God, also called Biblical Judaism, today, they follow modern forms of Judaism.
The religion is protestant and catholic. I'm pretty sure it was angelican which is a type of Christianity where you attend church every day.
They wore homespun(Wool-type fabric) and usually a hat because of their religion.
No, they follow some animist/pantheist religion or nature-type worship.
Many were polytheistic and believed in many gods
Anglican which is a type of Christianity where u go to church every day
The main religion was probaly christiany. Yes it was a split off from Christianity but they were actually for a majority Anglicans or members of the Church of England.Overwhelmingly Protestant which is a type of Christian but there was no official religion.
delaware housing is made of bubble gum
freedom of speech, not to be discrimated against, to work, to have an education, to follow what ever religion they want to
the majority of the French (when they declare themselves religious) assess themselves as Christian Catholic
polytheistic. they believed in many gods. they also believed in reincarnation and mainly their sun god.
It is a religion.
The natural resources of Delaware are pine,gum,hickory,oak.
what type of religion the Greeks believe in?