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Religion in Armenia

 Armenia - The World's First Christian Country 

Of the 3 million people living in Armenia, 98% are Christians and members of Armenia's own church, the Armenian Apostolic Church, which is one of the oldest Christian churches. It was founded in the 1st century AD, and in 301 AD became the first branch of Christianity to become a state religion.
Other minority religions, and their respective numbers of followers, include Evangelicals, which total 29,280 adherents among Armenia's population, followed by Catholics (13,996), Jehovah’s Witnesses (8,695), Eastern Orthodox Christians (8,587), Molokan (2,974), Assyrian Church of the East (1,733), Islam (812), Protestant (733), and Mormon (241). Other religions include Judaism, Yazidism, and Paganism.

 Pope Francis and Catholicos Garegin II in Etchmiadzin 

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Religion of Armenia