Finland religion is not compulsory. The religion of Finland is a voluntary one. No Finnish citizen is forced to practice any particular religion.
Christianity is followed by a majority of the Finnish population. The Christian religion in Finland is divided into two schools of evangelical thought.
The two Christian churches are the Orthodox Finland church and the Lutheran Finland church.
A majority of the population of Finland follows the Lutheran church. Less than 1% of the Finland population follows the Orthodox dogma.
There is a total of thirty registered religions in the country. All the thirty registered religions meet the minimum requirement of at least thirty followers in Finland.
The government of the Republic of Finland prides itself in its upholding of secular traditions. The Finnish Right to free worship is guaranteed by articles 8 and 9 of the Finnish constitution promulgated in 1919.
The Right was further bolstered by the 1923 Freedom of Religion Act. Different religious adherents in Finland include people following other religions like Jewish, Hindus, Muslims and even Christian sub-sects like Roman Catholics among others.