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A true religion should help change the morals of the people.

Reader comment on item: A Christian Boom
in response to reader comment: The Glory Of The Christian Faith Is How It Influences The Cultures Its In, Mostly For The Better

Submitted by Akbar (United States), Oct 4, 2006 at 09:20

Yes, Christianity is growing in non white areas faster than in white areas, but what the author of this "feel good" article failed to state was how is this new religion changing the lives of the people. In the areas with the fastest growing rates of Christianity you will find that they also have the highest rates of crime, aids, instability, immorality than in the Muslim parts of the country. Lets look at Africa. Clearly the parts of Africa with the highest crime, aids, and immorality is in the predominately Christian parts. So what good is it to proclaim Jesus, but your life is of Satan. Why not be Muslim where you can get the "true Jesus" as a servant of Allah and improve your life? The majority of the nonwhites that are converting to Christianity are doing it because they feel that it would make it easier for them to emigrate to the rich white Christian nations (United States, Europe, Australia, Canada). The true faith in God is seen by how the people improve their lives.

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