By Steve Guttenberg | October 11, 2017 08:56:25The world’s most powerful religions are all about faith, according the world’s largest financial database, which ranks them by how much they have a direct impact on people’s lives.
The World Values Survey, which includes a number of religious symbols, including a cross, a prayer symbol, and a Buddhist deity, was released on Tuesday by the Index on Censorship, a nonprofit group that monitors the world for abuse and threats to freedom of expression.
It is a compilation of data from more than 500 religious groups that were asked to rate their religious status on a scale of 0 to 100, with 100 representing the most influential.
The index ranks the world on a 100-point scale, with zero being the most dominant religion in the society and 100 being the least influential.
It also includes a score for the importance of religion in a society, which is how much it affects people’s everyday lives.
It is not a score based on religion’s economic or political power, but on the impact of religion on society and on the overall culture.
It also includes information on political power and corruption, which the index considers to be the most significant of the five factors.
The world is dominated by seven major religions: Christianity, Judaism, Islam, Hinduism, Buddhism, and Taoism.
The seven are the only religions that have been rated in the top 10 for decades, with the other seven listed in the bottom 10.
The United States has only one major religion, Mormonism, which has a score of just one.
The United Nations has a religion score of 0.4, which means that it is the least important religion in terms of influence on people, with about 7.5 percent of the world population reporting it is a primary or second religion.