What was the predominant religion of Mississippi during the 19th century?
roman catholic ANSWER 2: Before Christianity came to the British Isles, Druids were predominant. They worshipped nature. ANSWER 3: During the Iron Age, the original religion of the land now known as England was Celtic polytheism. It was followed by Roman polytheism which outlawed the Druids. Christianity wasn't introduced into England until the Third Century.
A: Sikhism is a monotheistic religion founded during the fifteenth century in the Punjab region, by Guru Nanak Dev. Islam is a monotheistic, Abrahamic religion founded during the seventh century by the Prophet Muhammad. Sikhism seeks to incorporate the best that is in Islam and in Hinduism, but also has its own beliefs.
Poland's national religion is Catholicism. Nearly 90% of Poles belong to the Roman Catholic Church, the remainder is mostly Eastern Orthodox established during the Byzantine Empire. Most polish people are Catholics (Christians). The most common religion in Poland is Christian Catholic. They are all mostly Christian, Roman Catholic to be exact