This conversation is closed.
Does having an official religion make a country 'less' secular ?
Most countries in the Western World nowadays adopt secularism (ie. seperation between church and state).However, there are some countries that specify an official state religion in their constitutions. Examples of these are Greece( Greek Orthodoxy), Malta( Roman Catholicism) and Denmark( Evangelical Lutherian), so can these countries be considered "secular" or do they have some theocratic attributes ?