Why these new religions have over-taken Christianity and Islam

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 – People are categorised based on their religious leaning into theists, atheists or agnostics

Nigeria is a multi-religious country but the two most popular religions are Christianity and Islam

– There certain new religions which are dominating some regions of the world other than the two major religions in Nigeria

The number of people who are free thinkers n the word is growing everyday. Likewise, atheists and agnostics are increasing. This new development is a huge challenge on the Christianity and Islam.

The effects of people, who are changing from Christianity and Islam to other new religions, are much enormous. It was learnt sometime in March this year that the United Kingdom Mennonites, which are well-renowned churches, held their last church service, as members refused to come for church programmes, as well as death of parishioners.

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It was also never predicted that Anabaptists, a group of plain cloth church goers, will become less fashionable despite the advent of smart phones. The Anabaptists followed the Amish ways of life in the way they worship. In addition, the response in most part of the world is much lack of interest in church activities.

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Currently in North America and most parts of European countries, atheists are  growing in leaps and bounds. In the United States, at least, a quarter of the population do not believe in the existence of God. The US has witnessed a situation whereby non- Christians have overtaken the Catholics and the protestants in number, as well other non-Christians.

It was found out that the absence of religion or no religion affected how people trained their children, cast their votes during election periods, and do other things of life and their responsibilities to the society.

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