This article belongs to the lore of Esquarium.

State religion in Esquarium

State religion in Esquarium is a divisive topic in the region, with many nations having such a philosophy, and others viewing it as undemocratic.

     There is a state religion or creed, and citizens are encouraged or forced to adhere to it.
     There is a state religion or creed, but citizens are free to practice any religion they please.
     There is no state religion or creed, and citizens are free to practice any religion they please.

Nation Status Details
 Ainin There is no state religion or creed, and citizens are free to practice any religion they please. In Ainin, the separation of church and state and freedom of religion are both guaranteed by the Constitution. Aininian government policy in regards to religion has generally been described as laicism.
 Ambrose There is a state religion or creed, but citizens are free to practice any religion they please. Ecumenical Christianity has been the state religion in Ambrose since the Nordanian Religious Wars. However, other branches of Christianity, particularly Lutheran Catholicism, have also flourished, particularly in the Northumberland. Full freedom of religion was established with the Democratic Reformation in 1849.
Template:Country data Ankoren There is a state religion or creed, but citizens are free to practice any religion they please. Islam is the state religion of Ankoren, Sharia Law is applied in sporadic cases. There is constitutional articles banning sectarianism between the Sunni and Shia sects, non-Islamic faiths are permitted but suffer discrimination, especially Christianity and the Baha'i Faith. Religious crimes as described in the constitution of Ankoren include apostasy, atheism, blasphemy and idolatry.
 Aucuria There is no state religion or creed, and citizens are free to practice any religion they please. Separation of church and state in Aucuria is guaranteed by Article VII of the Declaration of the Rights of the People, which states that "all people have the right to worship freely both in public and in private," and declares that "no government should make laws respecting the establishment of a religion, nor shall they prohibit the free exercise thereof."
 Katranjiev There is no state religion or creed, and citizens are free to practice any religion they please. Since 1951, there is no official religion. While it still follows Apostolic Catholicism, as well as other religions such as Txoism, people now have freedom of worship.
 Luziyca There is a state religion or creed, but citizens are free to practice any religion they please. More than three-quarters are members of the Apostolic Catholic Church, but since the 1970s, its role in politics has been reduced to mere symbolism, and doesn't have a lot of sway anymore.
 Montecara There is no state religion or creed, and citizens are free to practice any religion they please. The Charter of Basic Rights of 1990 guarantees freedom of religion, a position reinforced by the Esquarian Charter of Human Rights.
 Namor There is no state religion or creed, and citizens are free to practice any religion they please. Namor is officially a secular country, with the PRN Constitution outlawing state religion.
 Senria There is no state religion or creed, and citizens are free to practice any religion they please. While Tenkyou had historically been the state religion under the Empire of Senria, republican leadership during the Senrian Revolution promulgated laws which abolished this status; as a result, modern Senria has no state religion. Most Senrians continue to pratice Tenkyou, though a minority of Senrians practice Buddhism or Christianity.
 Sjealand There is a state religion or creed, but citizens are free to practice any religion they please. Ríkr Átrunaðr is the state religion of Sjealand.
22x20px Slovunia There is a state religion or creed, and citizens are encouraged or forced to adhere to it. Sviatism is the official state religion of Slovunia since centuries. Although it is not forced, there are policies in place which aim to encourage it and silence any criticism. Blasphemy is prohibited in Slovunia and the only exceptions made are for religions other than Sviatism. Religion lessons are mandatory in the Slovuniac education system until grade 8. Also, being atheist or following a «foreign religion» is highly stigmatized within the Slovuniac society.
 Tuthina There is a state religion or creed, and citizens are encouraged or forced to adhere to it. The Imperial Cult is the official religion of the Most Serene Empire, and its membership is part of the requirement of citizenship. All other religions are banned within the Empire, although religious syncretism is tolerated and a very common way to circumvent the ban on non-Imperial Cult religion.
 Xiaodong There is a state religion or creed, but citizens are free to practice any religion they please. Taojiao is afforded by the Xiao Constitution as being the state religion. and measures exists to promote t above other religions. However, since the striking down of the Law of the Preservation of Taojiao in 1996 freedom of religion has been enforced in Xiaodong. Currently 87.9% of Xiao citizens practice Taojiao whilst 10.7% identify as Christian.