State religions in Anteria

A summary of state religions in Anteria

     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.
     There is no state religion or creed, and citizens are prohibited from practicing any religion.

Nation Status Details
 Albithica There is no state religion or creed, and citizens are free to practice any religion they please Citizens of Albithica are largely irreligious, and the Grand Republic Constitution enforces the separation of church and state, while also upholding freedom of religion.
 Aziallis There is no state religion or creed, and citizens are free to practice any religion they please The United Kingdom of Aziallis strongly believes in the separation of State and Church. More than half of the Azillian population are indifferent to any religion and are Spiritual Agnostics. It is considered very rude to inquire about someone's religion in public in Aziallis
 Bendan There is no state religion or creed, and citizens are free to practice any religion they please Majority of Bendanian citizens are religious and the freedom of religion is guaranteed.
 Encessia There is a state religion or creed, but citizens are free to practice any religion they please. The national religion of of the state is Eastern Orthodoxy and is the most common followed. However freedom of religion is guaranteed and education is required to remain secular.
Flag of Freice.png Freice There is no state religion or creed, and citizens are free to practice any religion they please. Christianity is the predominant religion in Freice, being practiced by 96.1% of the Freician population. There are, however, small pockets of Muslim, indigenous, and non-religious communities. Church and state are separate.
 Ganji Islands There is no state religion or creed, and citizens are free to practice any religion they please. Christianity used to be the state religion until October 2019.
 Gorabo There is a state religion or creed, but citizens are free to practice any religion they please. The national religion in Gorabo, as designated by the Constitution, is Sunni Islam. However, the Consitution also specifies that anyone is allowed to practice any other religion and be entitled to the same rights as Sunni Muslims. Over 90% of the population practices Sunni Islam according to figures from the 2015 Census.
 Halsuntria There is a state religion or creed, but citizens are free to practice any religion they please. There are two state religions in Halsuntria, Catholicism, and Lutheranism. They are the main religions in Halsuntria making up ~94% of the population. Avorniism is the most notable minority religion with 5% with other minority religions making up the last 1 percent.
 Hatstheput There is a state religion or creed, but citizens are free to practice any religion they please. The official religions of the Democratic Republic of Hatstheput are the Catholicism and the Protestanism, as stated in the Hatstheputean Constitution of 1898, for providing stability between catholic and protestant communities. There is reported to be several religious minorities, the most relevants are buddhism, sinthoism and the animist malay cults.
 Iwonia There is a state religion or creed, but citizens are free to practice any religion they please. A minority of Islam and Catholics are present, especially in the rural areas. Folk religion seems to be mainly in Schizenn.
 Kilowatt There is no state religion or creed, and citizens are free to practice any religion they please. The separation of church and state and freedom of religion are both guaranteed by the Constitution of Kilowatt
 Kistolia There is no mandatory religion, Kistolia has freedom of religion. Even though Kistolia has freedom of religion, most citizens freely practice Christianity.
 Layfet There is no state religion or creed, and citizens are free to practice any religion they please Citizens of Layfet are largely irreligious. There are no mentions of religion in the Layfetian Constitution, instead, freedom to practice any religion is protected by The Freedom of Religion Act of 1725, the very first act passed by the Layfetian Congress.
 Nexalan There is no state religion or creed, and citizens are free to practice any religion they please. Nexalanian's are free to do any religion they would please, Nexalan is a free country for anyone to be who they wish to be, religion is not forced on anyone, we let citizens do religions that make them confortable, non-religious people are not descriminated, as it is against the law to fire, punish, or put someone in prison for there religion, however dangerous cults and demonic religions are illegal and anyone who is a member of those kinds will be sentenced to prison for 7 years. (Depending on how demonic or dangerous it is to the public.)
 Prybourne There is a state religion or creed, but citizens are free to practice any religion they please. Prybourne contains highly religious populace of 70% citizens who identify with Capitology, prompting the government to adopt the religion as it's official one which is seated in the Sacred Marketplace of the Tower of Commerce.
 The Prymalische Empire There is a state religion or creed, but citizens are free to practice any religion they please. The Prymalian Constitution states that though the Tengri Faith is the state religion, citizens are not mandated to practice it, and is not enforced.
 Toubaze There is no state religion or creed, and citizens are free to practice any religion they please. The 1873 Constitution embeds the "right to practice or abstain from religious commitments and beliefs" as a core citizen right.
 Velnotia There is no state religion or creed, and citizens are free to practice any religion they please. The Velnotian Constitution establishes the separation of church and state, while also ensuring the criminality of professional discrimination against and the free practice of such.
Viha 859365.png Viha There is a state religion or creed, and citizens are encouraged or forced to adhere to it. The Vihish Constitution says that citizens of Viha are encourage to join Buddhism
 Whitmarche There is a state religion or creed, but citizens are free to practice any religion they please. The 1989 Constitution establishes the Catholic Church as the state religion, but also guarantees the right to free exercise of religion "in a manner that does not run counter to morality and the public order."
Screenshot 2021-04-13 140436.png Lyonheimer There is no state religion or creed, and citizens are free to practice any religion they please. As written into the constitution, citizens are free to practise any religions