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Islam Becomes The Fastest Growing Religion In the World

Statistics frequently track global conversion rates, the percentage of the absolute growth per year, and the total number of believers. According to studies from the twenty-first century, Islam is reportedly the world’s fastest-growing major religion in terms of proportion and geographic expansion.

According to a detailed religious estimate by the Pew Research Center for 2050, Muslims will account for a more significant percentage of the world’s population than Christians, mainly because of their lower average age and greater reproductive rate.

The main driver of any particular religion’s expansion is predicted to be birth rates, not conversion rates. Although Pentecostalism, a Protestant Christian movement, is said to be the fastest-growing religion in the world, this development is mainly the result of Christians changing their denominations and becoming Pentecostals.

Counting the number of people who join a religion can be challenging. Although some national censuses question faith, they do not inquire whether the respondent has converted to their current religion. Conversion is additionally difficult in some nations due to legal and societal repercussions. For instance, in several Muslim countries, people who publicly renounce Islam might be executed.

There are little statistics on conversions to and from Islam. The little data that is available may show that religious conversion has no overall effect on the Muslim population because the number of persons who convert to Islam and those who leave Islam is nearly equal, according to a 2011 Pew Research study.

There are few statistics on conversions to and from Islam. The little available data may show that religious conversion has no overall effect on the Muslim population because the number of persons who convert to Islam and those who leave Islam is nearly equal, according to a 2011 Pew Research study.

The number of conversions to and from Islam needs to be better documented. Because the number of people who convert to Islam and those who leave Islam are almost equal, the few currently available data may indicate that religious conversion has no overall impact on the Muslim community.

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