1. Christian Christianity vs. Islamic creationism - which will prevail and become more dominant in the world and in Europe?
2. Has a leading Islamic creationist website lost global marketshare recently? Has a leading Christian creationist website seen a significant increase in web traffic and is its web traffic going to see big growth in 2013?
3. To what degree can the Christian creationist grassroots activism though the Question Evolution! Campaign and its 15 questions for evolutionists in Christian evangelism?
The Islam population's falling fertility rate
In 2011, David Goldman wrote a book entitled How Civilizations Die: (And Why Islam Is Dying Too)
Amazon's description of the book reads:
Thanks to collapsing birthrates, much of Europe is on a path of willed self-extinction. The untold story is that birthrates in Muslim nations are declining faster than anywhere else—at a rate never before documented. Europe, even in its decline, may have the resources to support an aging population, if at a terrible economic and cultural cost. But in the impoverished Islamic world, an aging population means a civilization on the brink of total collapse— something Islamic terrorists know and fear.In 2001, Goldman declared at Frontpage magazine:
Muslim decline poses new threats to America, challenges we cannot even understand, much less face effectively, without a wholly new kind of political analysis that explains how desperate peoples and nations behave.
In How Civilizations Die, David P. Goldman—author of the celebrated “Spengler” column read by intelligence organizations worldwide—reveals how, almost unnoticed, massive shifts in global power are remaking our future.
It’s true that the Muslim birthrate far exceeds the Western birthrate, but large parts of the Islamic world are catching up to the West’s demographic winter at startling speed. The Muslim world is passing from infancy to senility without going through adulthood. Muslim countries with a high literacy rate — Iran, Turkey, Algeria, Tunisia — have already fallen below replacement fertility. Islam is a religion of traditional society, where subsistence farmers have always had as many children as they could. The moment Muslims leave the traditional world — especially when girls get a high school education — their behavior changes radically. Most Iranians have six siblings, but will have one or two children.
Never has a national fertility rate dropped from 7 to 1.5 in a single generation. Turks whose cradle-tongue is Turkish also have a fertility rate of only 1.5 — the same as Europe’s — while Kurds are having four to five children. That means the map of Turkey will be redrawn a generation from now. In Judea and Samaria, Arabs had eight children a generation ago. That’s fallen to three, the same as the Jewish fertility rate in Israel. As the modern world forces its way into traditional Muslim societies elsewhere, fertility continues to plunge. It tells us that Islam, as a religion, crashes and burns when it encounters the modern world. That’s not just a Muslim problem, I hasten to add. The same sudden collapse of fertility afflicted ethnocentric branches of Christianity, for example, Catholicism in Quebec.
For more information please see: 10 myths about Muslims in the West
Web traffic of the leading Islamic creationist website harunyahya.com
Adnan Oktar is the foremost Islamic creationist in the world. His website is
in English is harunyahya.com. As you can see below, according to the web traffic tracking company Alexa, Adnan Oktar's website has lost global market share.
Website of leading Christian creationist organization is being ramped up in 2013
As you can see below, the web traffic of Creation Ministries International is being ramped up before the much anticipated Question evolution! campaign book for middle school student which discusses the 15 questions that evolutionists cannot satisfactorily answer.
On May 1. 2012, we first discussed this book and its Canadian writer. See: Question Evolution! Campaign is coming to middle schoolers
If you haven't heard already, the Question Evolution! campaign will see exponential growth in 2013. For details see: Exponential growth of the Question Evolution! Campaign in 2013 is nearing
Strategic alliances between Creation Ministries International and Christian internet evangelism organizations
In addition, other evangelical Christians are aggressively pursuing internet evangelism and yielding big results. Millions are becoming Christians each year after seeing gospel presentations.
Also, advocates of the Question Evolution! Campaign have forged alliances with internet evangelism organizations.
Please see: Question Evolution! Campaign forms strategic alliance with leading internet evangelism organization and Internet evangelism is powerful especially when combined with creationism evangelism and Another internet evangelists wishes to advance the Question Evolution! Campaign
American evangelicals with large families
In April of 2009, an article was published called American evangelicals with large families which declared:
The United States birth rate is rising and Evangelical families in the Quiverfull movement (named after a verse of Psalm 127) are playing their part in the trend -- to the alarm of the greens, no doubt. A few weeks after the New York Times looked at the subject of large families, National Public Radio has run a feature on the movement, which comprises about 10,000 families, mainly in the Midwest and South of the United States.How big of an effect could the evangelical Quiverful movement have?
NPR interviewed some families in Michigan. Kelly Swanson and husband Jeff say they didn't want any children when they first married, but then began to notice that the Bible gave special value to big families. Now they have seven children and would like more. They are leaving it up to God to decide how many they can handle. The average family at their church has 8.5 kids, which compares with a national total fertility rate of 2.2 children per woman. (In 1976, 20 per cent of American women had five or more children, but by 2006 that figure had fallen to 4 per cent.)
1. Amish families average 6-7 children
2. It has been estimated that at recent rates of growth, the Amish population doubles once every 18-20 years.
3. In 2012, The Christian Post reported: "... the Amish population in the United States, which has grown from 123,000 in 1991 to 249,000 in 2010. The highly religious group is predicted to expand to 44 million by 2150 if they continue the growth trend.
Is there any creationist organizations establishing alliances with evangelical Quiverful organizations? The answer to the question is yes. See: Creationist group wins film contest sponsored by an evangelical Quiverful organization
Recent trends in Europe as far as biblical Christianity
Eric Kaufmann using a multitude of demographic studies argues in an academic paper entitled Shall the Righteous Inherit the Earth? Demography and Politics in the Twenty-First Century the decline of atheism in terms of its global adherents is an established trend that will persist for the foreseeable future and the rate of decline will accelerate. In the Western World, which includes the UK, due to immigration and the higher birth rates of religious people, Kaufman writes: "Committed religious populations are growing in the West, and will reverse the march of secularism ...."
There is a significant amount of press and public outcry about Muslim immigration to Europe due to culture clashes, Muslim rioting, sharia, law, Muslim terrorism, etc.
But what is happening as far as peaceful evangelicals in Europe?
Professor Eric Kaufman wrote:
What of European Christianity? The conventional wisdom holds it to be in free fall, especially in Western Europe. (Bruce 2002) This is undoubtedly correct for Catholic Europe, while Protestant Europe already has low levels of religious practice. Yet closer scrutiny reveals an increasingly lively and demographically growing Christian remnant. Several studies have examined the connection between religiosity - whether defined as attendance, belief or affiliation - and fertility in Europe. Most find a statistically significant effect even when controlling for age, education, income, marital status and other factors...Overview: Rise of Christian creationism and the decline of atheism and agnosticism
Moving to the wider spectrum of European Christianity, we find that fertility is indeed much higher among European women who are religious...
Today, most of those who remain religious in Europe wear their beliefs lightly, but conservative Christianity is hardly a spent force. Data on conservative Christians is difficult to come by since many new churches keep few official records. Reports from the World Christian Database, which meticulously tracks reports from church bodies, indicates that 4.1 percent of Europeans (including Russians) were evangelical Christians in 2005. This figure rises to 4.9 percent in northern, western and southern Europe. Most religious conservatives are charismatics, working within mainstream denominations like Catholicism or Lutheranism to ‘renew’ the faith along more conservative lines. There is also an important minority of Pentecostals, who account for .5% of Europe’s population. Together, charismatics and Pentecostals account for close to 5 % of Europe’s population. The proportion of conservative Christians has been rising, however: some estimate that the trajectory of conservative Christian growth has outpaced that of Islam in Europe. (Jenkins 2007: 75).
In many European countries, the proportion of conservative Christians is close to
the number who are recorded as attending church weekly. This would suggest an
increasingly devout Christian remnant is emerging in western Europe which is more
resistant to secularization. This shows up in France, Britain and Scandinavia (less
Finland), the most secular countries where we have 1981, 1990 and 2000 EVS and 2004
ESS data on religiosity...
Currently there are more evangelical Christians than Muslims in Europe. (Jenkins 2007: 75) In Eastern Europe, as outside the western world, Pentecostalism is a sociological and not a demographic phenomenon. In Western Europe, by contrast, demography is central to evangelicalism’s growth, especially in urban areas. Alas, immigration brings two foreign imports, Islam and Christianity, to secular Europe.
Global Christian creationism
Global decline of atheism/agnosticism and the rise of Christianity
Resources on the rise of global Christianity and creationism and the decline of global atheism and agnosticism
Christian creationists our time is now and our future is bright!
Islam is currently facing some significant challenges.
In addition, via the resource directly above, we have definitively shown via compelling third party evidence that belief in biblical creationism is on the rise and that Darwinism, atheism and agnosticism are on the decline.
The timing is ripe to spread Christianity and demolish evolutionary belief. See: Timing is right to spread Christianity and combat Darwinism and Decline of internet atheism and internet evolutionism
Get involved in the Question Evolution! Campaign and help topple Darwinism in your community and in the world!
European creationism and Darwinism
A collection of our articles on European creationism
Encouraging news about the United States
American young earth creationism increased in recent months - Gallup survey
Religious immigrants more resistant to secularization
Religious immigrants highly resistant to secularization will dramatically alter the religious landscape of Europe
The future of European Darwinism and atheism is bleak
Staunch atheists covert to Christianity in the UK
Staunch atheists convert to Christianity at UK Soul Survivor events. 25,000 young people attended the three Soul Survivor events this summer in the U.K
Atheism, agnosticism and humanism: Godless religions
Darwinism is false and biblical creation belief is valid
Evidence for Christianity
More evidence for Christianity
Did Jesus rise from the dead? by Michael Horner
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
Creation Ministries International Question Evolution! Videos