In a recent study, researchers from Johns Hopkins University found that there is a growing worldwide community of people who practice Christianity.
“There are more than 7.7 billion Christians worldwide,” said Dr. David Jones, the study’s lead author and professor of religion and cultural studies at Johns Hopkins.
“The global Christian community is growing and becoming more visible, more powerful, and more powerful and that’s very welcome.”
According to the report, the number of adherents of the religion is rising by the day and there are more believers than adherents.
The study, titled “Christianity: An Emerging Global Religion?” also showed that the number is growing faster in Europe, where about 5 million people now belong to the religion.
“In Europe, we are seeing a new wave of Christianity,” Jones said.
“This is happening in the United States, where there’s a growing population of non-believers and we’re seeing an explosion of people joining the churches.
It’s a really exciting time for the Christian community.”
The study found that Christianity has been growing in Europe since the late 18th century, and now accounts for about 20 percent of the global population.
According to Jones, in recent years, Christians have seen an uptick in the number they attend worship services, and many are choosing to travel abroad to be with their faith.
In fact, one recent study from the United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA) estimated that there are currently around 30 million Christians worldwide, and that there will be about 4.5 billion by 2050.
That’s an estimated 7 billion people who are practicing a religion, Jones said, adding that there’s even more growth in the U.S. where about 2.6 billion people now hold Christian beliefs.
He noted that this is “a very, very significant population, and it’s a very, a very significant growth.”
According, the report said that the growing Christian community will have implications for people’s lives in many ways.
“People are very open about their faith,” said Jones.
“They’re really comfortable being in a community and knowing other people.
They have lots of resources, and they have churches and synagogues and mosques and churches in different places.
They’re open to being part of communities of faith that they don’t necessarily identify with, but they can see that those people are doing important things that help them live better lives.” “
But also, they’re really open to different beliefs and different beliefs can make them more open to many different kinds of experiences.
They’re open to being part of communities of faith that they don’t necessarily identify with, but they can see that those people are doing important things that help them live better lives.”
In the study, the researchers also found that the vast majority of Christians live in Europe and Asia, with the number in North America and South America growing.
But as the religion continues to grow, Jones believes the world is entering a new era in which Christianity will play a bigger role in the lives of people.
“If Christianity continues to expand, then there will continue to be an increase in the numbers of people, because that’s what we expect.
“It’ll be a much more welcoming place to be for many people who have no affiliation to any particular religious faith.” “
So, the growth in Christianity will continue and that will make it easier for people to be more comfortable and to be part of a community that’s accepting of different religious views and different belief systems,” Jones continued.
“It’ll be a much more welcoming place to be for many people who have no affiliation to any particular religious faith.”
A new study by researchers from Harvard University suggests that the fastest-growing religious community in the world right now is the U, with about 15 percent of people worldwide identifying as Christians.
According the researchers, this is the fastest growing group of people in the global religion.
The research also found a significant increase in growth in religious affiliation for people between the ages of 25 and 34.
The researchers also noted that the proportion of people with no religious affiliation in the religion has grown significantly in recent decades.
“When we looked at the trends in religious identity, the proportion has increased by about 20 percentage points over the last 15 years,” said the report.
“That means that the Christian faith is the most religious religion in the industrialized world.”
The report also found an increase of about 8 percent in the proportion that identifies as atheist, agnostic, or another.
In addition, the percentage of people identifying as Jewish has also grown.
But there has also been a decrease in the percentage that identifies with Buddhism.
“We don’t have a clear picture of how the growing Christianity is affecting the global religious landscape,” said Daniel M. Goldfeder, an associate professor in the Department of Psychology at the University of Iowa.
“One thing that is clear is that we see that Christianity is growing in some places, but not in others.
And so it may be that the rise of Christianity in some areas is a function of the presence of Buddhism, but it may also be a function that other faiths are not flourishing as well.” “