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Published: November 21st 2013
What is the dominant religion in_____, and how does this faith differ from Christianity?
The religions that is used in France is Roman Catholic, Jewish, Muslim, and Protestant. The most used religion is Roman Catholic. French religious policy is based on the concept of laïcité
, a strict separation of church and state under which public life is considered completely secular. It was a religious as the "eldest daughter" of the Roman Catholic Church. People in france don't really attend church; their church attendance is very low.
Roman Catholic is not different from Christianity because catholic and christianity are basically the same. In france they have art work of jesus around. The only thing is that are built off different foundations and their propose different different ways of salvation. They are not that different from each other. They basically have the same meaning and everything.
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