Over three quarters of Antigua & Barbuda's
population is Protestant in some form; the largest of these groups being Anglican,
which makes up a quarter of the total population, Seventh-Day Adventists, and Pentecostal.
Another 16% is also Christian, including the Roman Catholics, who make up about
10% of the population.
Protestantism is a general term referring to nearly every Christian religion that
is not Catholic or Orthodox. Like all Christian faiths, Protestants believe there
is one God and that His son, Jesus is the savior and forgiver of sins. Protestants
also believe that the Bible, which includes the Old and New Testaments, is the only
true word of God. Due to this reliance on the Bible, nearly every protestant faith,
and even individual, may interpret the Bible differently, which has led to a huge
number of Protestant churches.