In addition, below we give information about:
1. How highly educated Filipinos can advance internet evangelism, creation evangelism and the
2. What biblical creation believers have access to that Darwinists don/t have
3 A competitive advantage help creationists achieve total victory over Darwinism
4. Evangelicalism and the Philippines
Demographics and evolutionism vs. creationism
Demographically, the centers of secularism/Darwinism are facing aging populations which are not replacing themselves due to sub-replacement fertility rates while biblical creationist are experiencing tremendous growth in their numbers due to evangelism and high higher birth rates.
In addition, our Question Evolution! group is soon coming out with a Question Evolution! book for middle schoolers plus we will be working on Question Evolution! material for young children as well. Such materials can be shared with the growing numbers of evangelical Bible clubs which are proliferating in schools. See: Bible clubs in schools and alliances with Question Evolution! campaign supporters and Evidence pointing to inoculating people against atheism and evolutionism is an effective strategy
These demographic changes are expected to have an profound effect due to immigration, global communication and other factors. Professor Eric Kaufmann told a secular audience in Australia: "The trends that are happening worldwide inevitably in an age of globalization are going to affect us."
For supporting articles and more information please see:
Global atheism/agnosticism are shrinking while global creationism is exploding in adherents
Evangelicalism and the Philippines
The Philippines is an up and coming country with many English speakers. It is also a growing country there average Filipino lady has about 3 kids. The national economy of the Philippines is the 43rd largest in the world, with an estimated 2011 gross domestic product (nominal) of $224.754 billion, it is estimated that the country's rank will climb to the 18th spot by 2017 and 9th spot by 2050.
Biblical Christianity and creationism is growing in the Philippines.
Consider this report about the growth of evangelicalism in the Philippines:
From 1990 to 2009
In this time period, the Philippine church started to receive modular training on missions awareness, mobilization and education. The idea of community development was slowly introduced into the churches. A number of evangelicals began to be visible in some sectors of society. Churches also began campus ministries. Cell groups, small groups, and house churches became more acceptable. Several churches also participated in the government’s moral recovery program. The prophetic and apostolic movement gained inroads
The Philippine church also started to gain a global mindset. There was cross-pollination of theology and churches started working together on holding large-scale seminars and conferences, particularly in the areas of missions and leadership training. Many local churches established schools starting at the pre-school and kindergarten levels. After several years, some churches were able to open high schools and even a few college level programs.
What were the positive outcomes from this period? Many local churches became “senders” and their members “goers” in missions. The concept of sodality became accepted in the larger body of Christ. Missionaries who went out as OFWs or tentmakers became more numerous. Lay people were released into ministry and new and emerging church leaders were raised up.
The need for intentional discipleship within the churches was addressed. Many in the government and military sectors became open to the gospel. The churches opened up to the idea of engaging the community. Many began to get involved in community development. A few pastors and churches became wealthy. Growth within the church was structured, and the phenomenon called “bapticostalism” appeared. More young people were coming to church and a number of new churches were established on campuses.
The involvement of church members was very noticeable, perhaps due to a greater awareness of the concept of the “ministry of all believers.”
For more information on the growth of evangelicalism in the Philippines and other growing countries and how this gives creationists a competitive advantage please see: Atheist and evolutionist clowns vs. Bible believing Christian Filipinos - Bible believing Filipinos will win! and Global atheism/agnosticism are shrinking while global creationism is exploding in adherents
Our email to a Filipino Pastor
Dear Pastor XXXX,
I enjoyed speaking with you today. I promised to send you some information about internet evangelism and possibly getting people from the Philippines involved plus any Filipino Americans you may know....
Incidentally, I have been communicating with an overseas Christian .... by the name of XXXXX XXXXXX who has attended Pastor XXXX XXXXXX's church in XXXXX in the Philippines.
I think there is a tremendous opportunity in terms of internet evangelism when it comes to Philippine people getting involved. Here are some impressive results that one organization is obtaining through internet evangelism: Global Media Outreach's internal evangelism efforts and their results Also, ... here is a blog post with some videos on internet evangelism for your review: Internet evangelism is powerful especially when combined with creation evangelism
Personally, I think there are some potential ways that even greater and more efficient methods of internet evangelism could be used and I think Filipinos could play a key role in this. I say that because the Philippines is an up-and-coming country with many talented/educated people and places like XXXXXXX have a good telecommunications infrastructure.
I can be reached at XXXXX and my Skype name is XXXXXX. I will be contacting you later today about this matter as per your request.
Question Evolution! Campaign resources and other resources:
Question Evolution! Campaign
15 questions for evolutionists
Responses to the 15 Questions: part 1 - Questions 1-3
Responses to the 15 Questions: part 2 - Questions 4–8
Responses to the 15 Questions: part 2 - Questions 9-15
Evidence for Christianity
15 Questions Evolutionists STILL can't answer!