More on the Power of the Christian Narrative over the Secular One

A very interesting story here on the rise of Christianity in China. It wouldn’t shock me to see a peaceful revolution within the next 25 years whereby we wake up one day to find China one of, if not the largest Christian republic in the world.

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1 Response to More on the Power of the Christian Narrative over the Secular One

  1. Burk Braun says:

    That is very nice. But I'd lay my bet on Buddhism, which would be a far better fate/direction, as well as being 10-30 times more prevalent already. Tibet may even ironically free itself by subverting the Chinese system from within. At any rate, China seems on an inexorable path to open up and democratize, which I agree is likely to continue being a positive process. No revolution will be required again, with any luck!

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