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Jenkins book provides a wealth of information and ideas towards this aim.
Jenkins informs us that a 'Christian revolution' is already underway in the developing world, one that our political leaders ignore to the peril of all of us.
Contrary to the consensus, Christianity will remain more prevalent than Islam.
The present owner likes the book very much. He is a teacher in Russia where such literature is not common. His gratitde should be sent to the author.Published 17 months ago by Alexander Rokhlenko
The following is an analytical book review of Philip Jenkins, The Next Christendom.
Philip Jenkins, the author of 24 books, and 120 book chapters and refereed articles,... Read more
good book that sheds some light on the church worldwide and points out what international christendom will do for the future of the church.Published on May 17, 2011 by peTer
Jenkins dreives some interesting perspectives from his observations of the interaction of 3rd world and 1st world Christianity. Read morePublished on March 13, 2011 by Leif Njordsson
Having read a very interesting book by the author on the power and decline of Middle Eastern/Asian Christianity in the Middle Ages, I looked forward to this older work concerning... Read morePublished on May 18, 2010 by Ky. Col.
Title: The Next Christendom: The Coming of Global Christianity by Philip Jenkins
Time spent on the "to read" shelf: 20 months. Read more
Everthing seemed to be in order! I was very glad to see that the 2d edtion of this book was available at a good price.Published on October 12, 2009 by William B. Carr
The future of Christendom does not look so bright? This is the question after reading the book of Jenkins. Read morePublished on March 21, 2009 by Roman Nies
Jenkins' writing is exciting, but his research and findings are even more so. As I read the book in one sitting, I put the book down and prayed a prayer of thanksgiving and I rose... Read morePublished on February 14, 2009 by Aldhelm of Malmsbury