A new survey out today reflects
a potentially massive, important chasm growing within evangelical
Protestantism – between those in the Northern (and largely more
developed) parts of the world and those in the South (largely less
developed, but rapidly changing).
Evangelical leaders from the “Global North” (Europe, North America,
Japan, Australia and New Zealand) in many ways see a different world
than their counterparts in the “Global South” (sub-Saharan Africa, the
Middle East, North Africa, Latin America, much of Asia). And the Global
South is where the populations, and Christianity, is really booming.
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