Tuesday, August 07, 2007

Christianity finds a fulcrum in Asia

This is going to completely change the face of Christianity. No longer will it be a western religion. In fact it isn't already. Christianity is becoming non-western and southern hemisphere, and the rise in Asia will fuel the non-western part.

In two generations Christianity will not be the same as it is today:

Ten thousand Chinese become Christians each day, according to a stunning report by the National Catholic Reporter's veteran correspondent John Allen, and 200 million Chinese may comprise the world's largest concentration of Christians by mid-century, and the largest missionary force in history. [1] If you read a single news article about China this year, make sure it is this one. Read the rest.

4 comments:

Ray said...

Sort of the opposite of what has been happening in Europe and the US.

Ron Ballew said...

Yes and will continue. The face of christianity is changing.

Ray said...

And with the love of God, things will turn around in Europe and the US.

Ron Ballew said...

That's what we are praying for.