evangelicals' influence is seen waning in developed countries, while the
faith's future is bright in the developing world, a survey of
evangelical church leaders concluded on Wednesday.
Growing secularism, consumerism
and sex and violence in popular culture were viewed by the church
leaders as the gravest challenges to the faith, which comprises several
denominations whose collective membership outnumbers Roman Catholics in
the United States where they are a key voting bloc.
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