Talk:Charismatic Christianity

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Moved from statistics[edit]

This paragraph was in the Statistics section:

As of 2008, according to Barna surveys, one out of every four Protestant churches in the United States (23%) is a charismatic congregation. A slight majority of all "born-again" Christians (51%) are charismatic. Nearly half of all adults who attend a Protestant church (46%) are charismatic. (Barna Group, "Is American Christianity Turning Charismatic?" Accessed 29 January 2008.)

Currently, the article does not go into detail about Charismatic Christianity in specific countries. At present, it just deals with the global landscape. I've placed it here in case in the future more country by country data is added. Ltwin (talk) 18:48, 24 July 2012 (UTC)