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How do we understand this?

A recent survey indicated that population of church membership in US has slightly increased by just less than 1%.

Doug Pagitt in his blog understands this as it's "not as bad as we suggest." I would rather ask 2 questions:

1. Is 1% an acceptable growth rate?

2. If the overall population of Christian has increased, why has the Christian influence decreased? I do not agree with Pagitt that "Christianity has never had more influence in the world."

What do you think?

Doug Pagitt's blog


  • 正如林一峰話齋,閱讀,也是一種 state of mind。
  • 所以不限文字,還有聲音影像一切雜崩能東西,都在涉獵反思消化乾坤大挪移之列。
  • 看重的只有一個字:Insight


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