Bhutan

Christians are denied religious freedom and are persecuted in various ways. Church buildings are forbidden in all but a very few cases; most fellowships must meet in homes. Bhutanese who become Christian face the loss of their citizenship, of other benefits – such as free education, health care, employment – and of access to electricity and water. In some instances, harassment and beatings occur. Despite these, groups of believers are forming and increasingly spreading across the breadth of the country.

RELIGIONSPOPULATION %ADHERENTSANNUAL GROWTH
Buddhist74.56%528,2460.0
Christian2.11%14,9493.6
Evangelical1.8%12,9833.1

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