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"Bible Answer Man" Hank Hanegraaff has said that there are two main reasons why Islam will soon eclipse Christianity as the world's dominant religion, and accused post-Christian cultures of playing a part in that development by embracing abortion and other practices.
When a large inter-religious group of faith leaders came together years ago to come up with guidance about how believers should conduct themselves when ministering to others in a global context, they realized one major problem — the Christians were unable to agree even among themselves on what the rules should be.
China is the country with the least number of people with belief in God while more than 70 percent of people in the world say they believe, according to a survey by Gallup International, which studied 68 countries across the world.
A Christian ministry working with persecuted believers in Iran has said that U. President Donald Trump's decision earlier in May that pulled America out of the Iran nuclear deal and imposed sanctions will cause difficulties for Christians already facing great hardships.
A Chinese Christian who was arrested earlier this month for attending a banned church service has detailed the beating and severe mocking he suffered at the hands of a police officer, who told the Christian to "love" him even as he was beating him.