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Eighteenth-century missionaries can rest easily in their graves, said Spengler, a pseudonymous columnist, in the Hong Kong online Asia Times. Chinese are converting to Christianity en masse. Some 10,000 Chinese accept Jesus Christ as their savior every day. That’s every day. The National Catholic Reporter reckons that by mid-century, China will be home to 200 million Christians—the largest concentration in any country. The evangelizing power of American-style Pentecostalism is proving irresistible to millions of Chinese who feel lost in the swirl of rapid eco

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