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where do most Christian populations live today? (why many might think in the USA much more than Euro

Author : Dawn

Submitted : 2018-02-26 00:02:17    Popularity:     

Tags: live  populations  Christian  Europe  USA  

specifically the south eastern part of the usa..."the South'? if so, why this area is the last 'hangers on' to this once very popular religion in Europe? why Europeans are not Christian much anymore? (seems most people in England or Germ

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There are vast populations all over the world that identify as Christian.

The probable reason that the US is seen as more "overtly" Christian is that there you will find far more of the fire and brimstone, bible-thumping, shouting-in-your-face, pulpit-bashing sort of Christianity more than anywhere else. The types of preachers that indulge in this practice can also be found not just in churches but are prevalent on US television too, such as the late Billy Graham and others. American politicians also have to be seen to pay their lip-service towards religion as well, otherwise their election is pretty much doomed.

Most Europeans tend to not make a big show about their individual religions, but that doesn't mean they are any less religious. It's just a quieter form.

The United States has the largest Christian population in the world, followed by Brazil and Mexico. Europe is simply better educated than these countries.

1) Where do most Christian populations live today?

Earth.


2) (why many might think in the USA much more than Europe?)?

Well...the U.S. has the largest population of Christians compared to any other single nation.
(Europe is not a single nation.)


3) why this area is the last 'hangers on' to this once very popular religion in Europe?

It's not.
Christianity is still the most prevalent religion in Europe.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Christiani...


4) why Europeans are not Christian much anymore?

Not true. (See previous link.)


5) in places like Germany, France,England , etc?

Now:
Germany: 58.3% Christian
France: 58-66% Christian
England proper: 59.4% Christian
UK: 59.5%

Religion has caused a lot of corruption, war and hate so most do not want to believe in it anymore. Those who came to America to avoid persecution by religion came with very strong Christian beliefs. So we do see more religions in the USA than abroad. But people are slowly stopping to believe in any religious organizations when they see it is all about the money and fame and glory. They use religion to make money and get rich and get young men to fight their battles for them.

In China, in Africa, and in South America

Christians are alive and well all over the world. They are called Jehovah's witnesses

Most people in the south are very traditional



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