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The proportion of two-thirds of the Christians of Europe in 1910 to only 25% of the Christians of the world total in 2010 (Getty)
A recent study found that the percentage of those who condemn the Christian religion of the world's total population has remained fairly constant during the twentieth century disease, but the geographical distribution of Msheian has changed radically.
The study found that the percentage of Christians in Europe is 25% of all Christians in the world, which is slightly higher than the proportion of Christians in sub-Saharan Africa.
The study was carried out house Pew Forum on Religion and Public Life, based in Washington, DC, and found that the number of Christians of the world's 2.18 billion people, about one third of the world's population, who estimated 6.9 billion people.
The study estimated the number of Christians in the Western Hemisphere with 37%.
Two-thirds of the world's Christians lived in Europe in 1910, a ratio that has prevailed throughout the past millennium. But with inflation the number of Christians in certain parts of the world, there has been a change in the rates of geographical distribution of Christians in the world.
The study pointed to the high proportion of Christians in Saharan Africa from 9% in 1910 to 63% in 2010, also rose in the East Asia and the Pacific, from 3% to 7%.
The study pointed out that the areas from which sprang the Christian religion any area of the Levant, is today the least number of Christians in the proportion of the total population, where only accounted for only 4%.
Source: Los Angeles Times