[quote=Figment713]Thanks to both of you. These (particularly the one from St. Charles Borromeo’s site) are exactly what I was seeking.
So you actually were not looking or not interested in knowing various religions but rather looking for how many denominations, sects and cults are within the Christiandom?
Just in case if you misunderstood your own Opening Post, here is a link:
Under Christianity it says:
[INDENT]There are 6 million **active Christians ** in the UK, but over 35 million in Britain would regard themselves as nominally Christian.
There are many different variations or “denominations”. The major division is between Orthodox and Western Christianity (which itself is divided into Roman Catholicism and Protestantism).
From the beginning, Christianity has sought to convert people, however, many Christians today feel there should still be respect for what is good and true in other cultures and religions.
And under Islam it says:
“Islam” is an Arabic word which means surrendering oneself to the will of God, and achieving peace and security by doing so.
A person surrenders to the will of Allah by living and thinking in the way Allah has instructed.
Islam is more than a system of belief. The faith provides a social and legal system and governs things like family life, law and order, ethics, dress, and cleanliness, as well as religious ritual and observance.
The countries with the largest Islamic populations are in Asia rather than the Middle-East.