Conversions: Facts and Figures

By | April 29, 2016

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Below are some self-explanatory facts and figures that show the showing the alarming rate of conversions and missionary activity in some of the world’s poorest nations.

Christian Population Statistics

China:
1950 – 1 Million 2003 – 100 Million

South Korea:
1945 – 2.2% Population 2003 – 49% Population

Papa New Guinea:
1950 – < 1% Population 2003 – 97% Population

Africa:
1900 – 1.7% Population 2003 – 55% Population

Is India Next?
2003 – < 3% Population 2060 – ???

Other Countries:

The below countries are traditionally non-Christian but are now majority Christian through aggressive missionary activity. Most, if not all of the countries below, have effectively been converted by the exploitation of their impoverished conditions by missionaries.

Angola – 90% Christian
Burundi – 78% Christian
Cameroon – 35% Christian
Central African Republic – 82% Christian
Chad – 33% Christian
Congo – 62% Christian
East Timor – 92% Christian
Ethiopia – 52% Christian
Equatorial Guinea – 94% Christian
Gabon – 79% Christian
Kenya – 25% Christian
Liberia – 68% Christian
Mozambique – 31% Christian
Nigeria – 52% Christian
Papa New Guinea – 97% Christian
Philippines – 84% Christian
Rwanda – 69% Christian
South Africa – 78% Christian
South Korea – 49% Christian
Sudan – 30% Christian
Tanzania – 20% Christian
Togo – 23% Christian
Uganda – 70% Christian
Zaire – 90% Christian

In India:

State Hindu % Christian %
1961 1991 1961 1991
Arun. Pradesh – – 37.0 – – 10. 2
Assam 71.3 67.1 2.4 3.3
MP 93.9 92.8 0.5 0.6
Manipur 61.6 57.6 19.4 34.1
Meghalaya 18.2 14.6 35.2 64.5
Nagaland 9.3 10.1 52.9 87.4
Orissa 97.5 94.6 1.1 2.1
Sikkim 66.6 68.3 1.7 3.3
Tamil Nadu 89.9 88.6 5.2 5.6
Tripura 76.0 86.5 0.8 1.6
Lakshadweep 1.0 4.5 0.2 1.1

Conversion Facts

  • US $145 Billion are spent annually for missionary activities.
  • Every year, churches around the world perform US $1.1 billion worth of research in 3,000 languages, covering 180 religious topics for conversion purposes.
  • Missionary literature in today’s libraries number 175,000 different titles in 500 languages, increasing by 4 newly published every day.
  • The total cost of Christian conversions averages $330,000 for each and every convert.
  • From only 3 million in year 1500, Christians involved in missionary activities has grown to 648 million worldwide, 54% being Non-Whites (Showing the focus of training of indigenous missionaries).
  • There are only 818 ethno linguistic peoples or tribal groups which have never been targeted by any Christian agency.
  • It costs Christians 700 times more money to convert someone in rich developed countries such as Switzerland than in poor developing countries such as India. (That is why India is being heavily targeted).
  • Each day 10,000 Chinese are converted to Christianity due to missionary tactics.
  • Each year 3.5% of Africans (6 Million) convert to Christianity.
  • The top three poorest countries in the world by per capita GDP are all 40-70% Christian (Notice how Missionaries target the poorest populations).
  • In 1972, there were 26 indigenous missionary agencies in India, as of 1997 there are more than 200.
  • In India, it is estimated that 5,000 people are converted to Christianity everyday. That’s one person every 17.28 seconds!

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