Monday, March 03, 2014

When the Christian Global South Heads West

by Alexander Griswold
February 28, 2014

A group of Christian scholars discuss the rise of Christianity in the Global South and its implications for the West in a February 26th event at the Library of Congress. (Photo credit: Alexander Griswold)

Between 1910 and 2010, the global center of Christianity shifted from Spain to Timbuktu. As far back as 1980, there have been more Christians living in the Global South than in the first world. On any given Sunday, there are more Christians attending church in China than in the United States or Europe.

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