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29 March, 22:24

While nearly all Europeans were Christian the Japanese were split among three different religions.

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  1. 29 March, 23:03
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    The answer for this question is TRUE
  2. 30 March, 00:23
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    True.

    Explanation:

    The case of the religious faiths of the European ever since medieval period or maybe even before that has been dominated by the Christian faith. This religion is still in practice and even spreading more, with majority of the people still practicing it.

    The case is different in the Japanese nation where the original belief is majorly the Shinto, the oldest ever religious belief believed to be as old as the country's culture itself. Then there is the practice of Buddhism which came from the mainlands during the 6th Century which is then followed by the Christian faith. Thus, the Japanese people are majorly distributed among the three religions of Shinto, Buddhism and Christianity.
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