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Remember when Global Christianity was Shaming the Church in the West?

27 Jun
Remember when Global Christianity was Shaming the Church in the West?

Interesting; we’ve long been told how Christianity in the Third World is putting Western Christianity to shame. And maybe overall, it is. But the huge grown of the heretical ‘prosperity gospel’ in places like Nigeria and Brazil show that not all is well with the Church there, either… Something to be kept in mind, if/when we’re tempted towards jealousy…

Old Life

Fifteen years ago, bookies were betting on the Global South:

Today the Christian total stands at 360 million out of 784 million, or 46 percent. And that percentage is likely to continue rising, because Christian African countries have some of the world’s most dramatic rates of population growth. Meanwhile, the advanced industrial countries are experiencing a dramatic birth dearth. Within the next twenty-five years the population of the world’s Christians is expected to grow to 2.6 billion (making Christianity by far the world’s largest faith). By 2025, 50 percent of the Christian population will be in Africa and Latin America, and another 17 percent will be in Asia. Those proportions will grow steadily. By about 2050 the United States will still have the largest single contingent of Christians, but all the other leading nations will be Southern: Mexico, Brazil, Nigeria, the Democratic Republic of the Congo, Ethiopia, and the…

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6 responses to “Remember when Global Christianity was Shaming the Church in the West?

  1. infowarrior1

    June 28, 2017 at 3:53 am

    There is alot of heresy being preached around the world courtesy of american heretics and being continued by the locals thereof.

     
  2. infowarrior1

    June 28, 2017 at 3:56 am

    Spreading the plague of feminism and other progressivisms worldwide even as God sends his people to plant churches overseas.

     

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