We live in a society in which admitting one’s own sins is seen as a sign of weakness.
How do Protestants differ from non-Protestants in their behaviour? Are their communities more democratic, horizontal or concerned by their neighbours? Do they have less corruption and abuse?
In this second article I am focusing on the growth of Pentecostalism and the so called prosperity gospel.
According to a report by Pew Reasearch, the Catholic Church has suffered considerable losses following a move by its members to Evangelical churches.