Hungary is a historically Christian country. ....
Contemporary Hungary has no official religion, but the constitution "recognizes Christianity's nation-building role". Hungary is a secular country, and freedom of religion is a constitutional right.
With the onset of the Protestant Reformation, most Hungarians took up first Lutheranism, then soon afterwards Calvinism. In the second half of the 16th century, however, Jesuits led a partially successful campaign of Counter Reformation and the country once again became predominantly Catholic. However, eastern parts of the country, especially around Debrecen ("the Calvinist Rome"), retained strong Protestant communities.
Historically, Hungary was home to a significant Jewish community. Some Hungarian Jews were able to escape the Holocaust during World War II, but most (perhaps 550,000) either were deported to concentration camps, from which the majority did not return, or were murdered by the Hungarian Arrow Cross fascists.
The most recent Pew Research Center, found that in 2015 76% of the population of Hungary declared itself Christians, 21% religiously unaffiliated-a category which includes atheists, agnostics and those who describe their religion as "nothing in particular", while 3% belonged to other faiths. The Christians divided between 56% Roman Catholic, 13% Calvinists, 7% other Christians and less than 1% are Eastern Orthodox. While the religiously unaffiliated divided between 5% as atheists and 16% as nothing in particular.
Bible Believing Churches
Biatorbágy is located just west of Budapest. It is considered a mid-sized town with a population of about 13,000 people. There are many smaller surrounding villages, two large-sized towns, and parts of Budapest nearby. That means that there are 1.8-million people in 15-mile radius!
10,000,000 reason to pray!