(CBN NEWS) NEW YORK -- New York City is undergoing a transformation. In 1989, less than one percent of New Yorkers attended church. That number has since grown to 5 percent, with a significant increase in just the past five years.
According to well known church planter Tim Keller, senior pastor of Redeemer Presbyterian Church in Manhattan, when a minority group reaches around 15 percent of the population, it becomes a movement.
If true, New York City could be a majority Christian city by the year 2026.
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