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Do You Know How Africa Could Change the Future of Religion?

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Do You Know How Africa Could Change the Future of Religion?
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Much of the world—especially an increasingly secularized Europe—is losing its attachment to religion due to trends in population growth and family size. But population growth, and religious devotion, is growing in Africa. And that has implications for faiths around the world, especially as Africans leave their home countries and settle elsewhere.

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