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Here’s how the Church ultimately wins

Questions to Ask in 2021
An article in today’s Wall St. Journal begins remarkably: “The commission with which Jesus charged his Apostles is decidedly unambiguous. “Go forth,” he commanded, “and make disciples of all nations.” In obedience to this mandate, an upstart sect in a backwater province managed to become t…
By Seth Barnes

An article in today’s Wall St. Journal begins remarkably: “The commission with which Jesus charged his Apostles is decidedly
unambiguous. “Go forth,” he commanded, “and make disciples of all nations.” In
obedience to this mandate, an upstart sect in a backwater province managed to
become the world’s largest religion.

Christianity’s rise and flourishing have nevertheless proceeded
by fits and starts, with moments of explosive growth followed by years of quiet
consolidation. We live, incidentally, in a moment of explosive growth. The
steady march of Christianity through Africa and Asia is comparable in scale with
the conversion of the Germanic tribes in the fourth century…”

It goes on to lay out the case for the Kingdom coming in the next generation, as explained by Philip Jenkins (who wrote “The Next Christendom”) in his new book “

The New Faces of
Christianity
.” Read this amazing article (you have to log in) about the future of the Church. It may not be in America, and its face may not be white, but the Church is on the ascendancy!

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