Christians in this age of globalisations need to understand the impact of globalising religions on their societies.
But if they are to thrive, they must understand the importance of Christian values in the modern world.
Today, Christians are the fastest-growing faith group in the world, with an estimated 20 million worldwide.
While Christians are often described as a minority faith in the west, the Christian faith is the fastest growing religion in the developing world.
A study by the Pew Research Centre found that, since 2000, Christianity has become the fastest‑growing religion in sub-Saharan Africa, the Middle East and Asia, and in Latin America and the Caribbean.
This is a huge change from previous generations, when Christianity was the fastest growth religion in these regions.
The rapid growth of Christianity is the result of the following factors: Christianity has grown in Africa, South America and Asia in recent decades, with a rise in population and Christian adherents.
The world is moving towards a more globalised world.
Christianity is a way of life, not just a religion, and has grown to become the largest faith in all of the world’s countries.
Christians are also a part of the global economy, as the majority of Christians in the developed world work in the service sector, such as hospitality, education, hospitality management, or agriculture.
Christian education The growth of the Christian education sector in the US has seen a significant rise in the number of Christian schools, with many schools serving as teaching centres for Christian schools and Christian churches.
This growth has been driven in part by the increasing numbers of Christian children in Christian schools.
As a result of this growth, Christian schools have grown in size, and are becoming increasingly popular with young people.
As the number and number of schools increase, Christian students have become more visible in schools and churches, where the presence of Christian students is often welcomed.
As Christian churches expand, Christians have the opportunity to be more active in their communities, including participating in activities such as volunteering and youth leadership.
The increasing number of Catholic and Protestant schools is also reflected in the increasing number and diversity of their children’s schools.
While the majority are still mainly Christian, they are now increasingly welcoming Christians as well.
In countries such as India, India and Pakistan, where Christianity is increasingly accepted, there is also an increasing number in Christian universities, and churches and schools are increasingly inviting Christian students.
In India, the number in the Indian Catholic Church has grown from 7,000 in 1991 to more than 32,000 today, and more than 20,000 Christian students are in university today.
This increase is driven by the growth of Hinduism, the dominant religion in India.
It is the rise of Hindu nationalism that has driven the increase in the numbers of Hindu students.
India is a country where the majority population of Hindus and Muslims are Christians, with more than 40 per cent of Indians living in Christian households.
In many parts of the country, Christianity is also popular with Muslims.
For example, in India, around 30 per cent Muslims belong to a Christian household, with another 20 per cent belonging to a Hindu household.
Christianity has a significant impact on the global Christian community, and many are increasingly concerned about the impact that the growing number of Christians will have on their countries.
The impact on Christianity in the Muslim world The rapid rise of Christianity in India is largely a result to the rise in Hindu nationalism.
The growth in Hinduism in India has been accompanied by a rise of Muslim nationalism, which has fuelled the rise and expansion of Hindu nationalist movements across the world.
Islam is the second largest religion in Muslim-majority countries, and the number has grown rapidly.
According to a 2014 Pew Research survey, the Muslim population in India was about 12 per cent at the beginning of the century, and it is now approaching 20 per.
Muslims have a larger share of the Muslim-Christian population than Hindus, but Muslims still represent only 12 per.
As of 2014, there were approximately 30 million Muslims in India and there are currently over 6 million Muslims living in India with about two million of them in Muslim households.
These Muslims are growing rapidly, and they are increasingly important to the Muslim communities.
As Muslims grow in numbers, their influence is felt by both Hindu and Muslim communities in India as well as in other parts of Muslim-dominated countries.
According the Pew Global Attitudes Project, in the United States, for example, Muslims are the second most important religion for Americans, behind only Christianity.
According a 2015 Pew Research study, the global Muslim population was estimated to be 5.6 million in 2015.
According an estimate by the World Christian Database, Muslims represent 2.4 per cent (or about 15 million) of the total global population.
The Muslim population of India has increased from just over 6 per cent in 1991, to nearly 15 per cent today.
The number of Muslims in Indian households has increased by nearly 1.5 million, or from 5 million to more like 9 million, in a period of about 10 years. A 2015