Wednesday, November 6, 2013

Over 10,000 Texans a month go to Expect the number to rise!

As you can see at Quantcast the website of Creation Ministries International,, gets over 10,000 Texans a month visiting their website.  That's a lot of biblical creationism coming to Texas each and every month partner! Specifically, Quantcast declares that 10,389 web visitors from Texas visit per month.

Expect the number to rise in 2013 and 2014.  Hispanic evangelicalism is growing fast in Texas and the United States as a whole.

On November 22, 2012 Professor Eric Kaufmann wrote:
Finally, Hispanics are becoming more Protestant. Furman University political scientist James Guth and his co-authors discovered that in the Latino population there is one Protestant for every two Catholics. Hispanic Protestants split their vote evenly between the Democrats and the GOP in 2004, with conservative Hispanic evangelicals backing George W. Bush to the tune of almost 80%. This, rather than Latino Catholic support, is what accounted for much of Bush’s 40% support among Hispanic voters. The ranks of Protestant Hispanics are growing: work colleagues and I have done with the General Social Survey (GSS) shows that as many as 10% of Hispanics raised as Catholics had switched to Protestantism by 2006.
Consider this report  from the Texas Observer:
According to a 2006 survey, around 20 percent of Hispanic Americans are Protestant, and 70 percent of those consider themselves born-again or evangelical. A 2000 survey showed that around one in three third-generation Hispanic Americans is Protestant. There aren’t data showing the number of Hispanic evangelicals in Texas. But assuming that national trends hold true, there are almost 2 million in Texas, and at least 750,000 of them are registered voters. Hispanic evangelicals already have the numbers to swing a statewide election.

Also, consider the information in these articles concerning Latin America and biblical creation belief:

Rise of young earth creationism in Mexico

Creationism is growing in Brazil and spilling into its neighbors

 Latin America and the history of Darwinism

Question evolution! Campaign resources

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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

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