Of course, this is a very evangelical entity, and the definitions they use are narrowly confined to this tradition. Nevertheless, the document is very interesting for those interested in the situation of evangelicalism in this part of Europe.
Yet, here is one aspect of this reality that has been manipulated in a very unethical manner. Here is what we read in the report in a note on p. 7:
For Romania this researcher estimates that the number of Evangelicals is half of what OW specifies. Another OC researcher in the region has a similar opinion regarding two other countries (Bulgaria and Macedonia). If this generalization carries to other countries, the situation in this region is much graver than described. Continue reading “Global Church Planting Network – A Preliminary Analysis of the Central and Eastern Europe”