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Which are the world's biggest religions?

An Iraqi Christian woman holds a cross during a mass at the Church of the Virgin of Nasiriyah in Amman July 30, 2014. Hundreds of Christians in Jordan held a mass to pray for peace for Christians in Gaza, Iraq and Syria. REUTERS/Muhammad Hamed (JORDAN - Tags: POLITICS RELIGION CONFLICT CIVIL UNREST) - RTR40PL7

The report also shows that the number of Christians in what many consider the religion’s heartland, the continent of Europe, is in decline. Image: REUTERS/Muhammad Hamed

Conrad Hackett
Associate Director of Research, PEW Research Center
David McClendon
Research Associate, PEW Research Center
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