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Roman Catholics comprise 84% of the Philippine
population with other Christian denominations (such as Protestants) making up
The first outside religion
introduced to the Philippines is Islam which came with the expansion of Arab
commercial ventures in the 14th century. The 16th century brought Christianity
to the Philippines by Ferdinand Magellan in 1521. Protestantism was
brought with the American soldiers in 1899 by the Presbyterian and Methodist
missionaries that came with them.
Also included in the count are
the Aglipayans, the Philippine Independent Church founded in 1902, and the
Iglesia Ni Kristo (Churchof Christ) which was founded in 1914.
Landmarks in most Philippine major cities, the churches for the Iglesia Ni
Kristo have unique architecture which makes them stand out.
About 4% of the
population are Muslims and they are mainly located in the southern areas of
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