Can we define a country as a Christian country by using a rough analysis of the numbers of adherents it is presumed to have to Christianity? No we can not define it thus.
If you persist in doing so you are categorising many unique individuals into a forced religious collective mainly for purposes of control. When human beings are forced to adopt the same religious practices they can more easily be assimilated into a collective in a possible future totalitarian society.
Beware of anybody who forces a wide variety of disparate human beings under the one collective umbrella from where there can be no return.

Religious morality is child-like morality in the sense that you abide by the instructions of an organised religion without further thought.
Secular morality stems from self-reflection, autonomy and maturity.
Society should aim towards secular ethical frameworks rather than holding on to a belief in an unproven supernatural realm.

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