A century ago, Europe was the epicenter of Christianity—as it had been for a millennium— with about two-thirds of the world’s Christians living in Europe. Today that number has dwindled to a quarter. According to a 2011 study by the Pew Forum on the size and distribution of the world’s Christian population, Christians today are so geographically widespread that no single region can truly claim to be the center of global Christianity.
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