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06339: Members of Christian communities outside the Church of Norway, by religious communities 2006 - 2020

Øyvind Bolsgård, Statistics Norway
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2020-12-08 08:00
Members of Christian communities:
Members of Christian communities:
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Field for searching for a specific value in the list box. This is examples of values you can search for.All members in Christian communities , Adventists , The Free Evangelican Congregation ,

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Including only for whom government susidy is received. Other religions include Bahài, Judaism, Sikhism and other religious communities. The figures for Oslo 2006 include 57 members living abroad, figures for 2007 include 85 members, figures for 2008 include 76 members, figures for 2009 include 82 living abroad.