I was driving through Fort Worth listening to an audio book of Epicenter: Why Current Rumblings In The Middle East Will Change Your Future. I had kind of drifted off into distant thoughts when the book’s author, Joel Rosenberg, who was reading the book said something that caught my attention. He indicated that the mistaken idea that Islam is the worlds fastest growing religion has reached almost “urban myth” status. That Islam is the fastest growing religion in North America and Europe, but that worldwide Christianity is the world’s fastest growing religion.
“Hmmmm,” I thought, and then went back to negotiating traffic.
A few days later I picked up Dinesh D’Souza’s book What’s So Great About Christianity and was again hit with the information that Christianity is spreading quickly through Asia, Africa, and South America.
And, today I read in VirtueOnline about a conversation between Muslim Scholars on Al-Jazeerah in which they express concerns over the large number of Muslims who are converting to Christianity. Specifically, they address the six million conversions which are taking place each year in Africa.
Does anyone good resources on this topic that they would like to recommend?