Will China become Christian? Veteran reporter David Aikman thinks so.
China's current population is about 1.3 billion, which he says includes about 70 million Protestants and about 12 million Catholics. In 1949, when China had a population of about 500 million, 4 million were Christians.
"That is a 20-fold increase in Christians, but the population increased only 1.5 times," he said.
"It is plausible that in 30 years, 20 [percent] or 30 percent of the population will become believers. That is a magic tipping point because it means that important positions within the government are held by Christians. The case that I am making is that China is going to be Christianized if that trend continues." ...