Author(s)J. M. Vorster
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AbstractIn 1953 the well-known church historian, Latourette, was very optimistic about the twentieth century's situation of Christianity. He described modern Christianity as a potent force in the contemporary world. But what are the future prospects of Christianity, especially in view of the current apparent decline of the influence of the church, virtually in all the major ecclesiological traditions? Will Latourette's arguments still be valid in the next two decades?