The Christianity’s future?


If European cultural trends are a precursor to the future of Western culture, American Christians might find themselves discouraged. According to the Pew Research Center’s Forum on Religion and Public Life, Europe is home to only about one-quarter of the world’s Christians, compared to two-thirds just a century ago. Christianity began as a Middle Eastern religion and had its theological scaffolding establish primarily by Africans. Moving into Europe, Christianity had a culturally dominant role for centuries until the Enlightenment slowly loosened the grip of faith in that culture. Today, it seems that the Enlightenment is the dominant “religion” of Europeans



Link to read article: | Christianity’s non-European future | Anthony Bradley     Written by Anthony Bradley   December 21, 2011, 1:31 PM



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