WHERE DOES THE CENTER OF GLOBAL CHRISTIANITY MOVE?
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WHERE DOES THE CENTER OF GLOBAL CHRISTIANITY MOVE?
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S0321-50750000617-4-1
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44-48
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The article is concerned with revelation of the African continent significance in the territorial development of modern Christianity. Characteristic features of the global confessional space regional differentiation are analyzed in detail. Much attention is given to establishment of the trends in Christianity and Islam rivalry in sub-Saharan Africa.
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African continent, Christianity, sub-Saharan Africa
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01.12.2012
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