The world’s largest Christian population is in the United States.
One-third of the world’s Christians live in the Americas, North and
South. The Middle East, home of Christianity, is now only four-per-cent
Christian. Half the world’s Christians are Catholic.
Those are some of the findings of the Pew Forum on Religion and Public
Life, arguably the world’s best religion pollster. It came out today,
just before Christmas, with the most extensive data ever on the world’s
Christian population. I will follow up on it later, but in the meantime
here are key findings.
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