7. personally i find this map misleading given that it splits the 26 sects of christianity
reminds me of various public high school functions, including my graduation, in which there was always an "ecumenical" benediction, where they announced how proud they were to have worked with all religions to come up with a prayer with which everyone could feel comfortable. so of course it merely referred to jesus christ as our lord, which was the extent to which "all religions" could agree.
i mean, to hell with us jews, right?
christianity is *one* religion. it has sects, just as other religions do, but it's *one* religion.