Información de las religiones en Colombia. Of course, there are also a large population – about 1.2 billion people around the world – that are nonreligious or have Atheist beliefs. The majority of Colombians identify as being of either European or of mixed European and American Indian ancestry. (Photo by: Encyclopaedia Britannica/Universal Images Group via Getty Images) {{textForToggleButton('641468808')}} This pie chart is based on statistics listing peoples self-admitted adherence to one of the major world religions, or to other faiths, or to people stating that they are of no religion. More than 95 percent of the population had been baptized in the Catholic Church, and the Colombian variant was widely renowned as one of the most conservative and traditional in Latin America. Religión en Colombia.

The ethnic diversity of Colombia is a result of interactions between indigenous peoples, Spanish colonizers, and African slaves. The constitution contains two articles which advocate freedom of worship Article 13 which states that all people are born free and equal, and must therefore not be discriminated because of religion and article 19 which guarantees freedom of worship, giving people the right to profess any faith. The fertility rate is currently 1.78 births per woman, which has been decreasing by just over 1% every year. Colombia’s population growth rate is currently 1.08%, a number that has decreased consistently every year. All religions and churches are considered equal before the law. As you will see the pie chart only mentions percentages of the world's population whose religiously related self-admission places them in each category. The biggest religion, though, is Christianity, which is practiced by an estimated 2.4 billion people. Colombia Table of Contents. Catolicismo, Anglicanos, protestantes, Mormones, etc. Other religions include Hinduism, Buddhism, and Judaism. Colombia boasts an ethnic diversity of around 85 different ethnic groups. In 1991, constitutional reforms led to the abolition of the then-state of affairs, whereby the Roman Catholic Church was the state church. In the late 1980s, Colombia remained an overwhelmingly Roman Catholic country. World Data religious affiliation pie chart, Colombia.