Calvinism Growing in China

The Guardian‘s Andrew Brown writes:

“Although Calvinism is shrinking in western Europe and North America, it is experiencing an extraordinary success in China…

There may be some parallels with the growth of Calvinism in South Korea, where the biggest presbyterian churches in the world are to be found, but it’s absolutely unlike the pattern in Africa and Latin America. There, the fastest growing forms of Christianity are pentecostal, and they are spreading among the poor.

But in China neither of those things are to be true.” Read more.

Andrew Brown of the

Published by Stephen McDonald

Broadcaster, teacher, bibliophile, armchair political commentator, theologue, Christian (still in beta)

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