FACTS & FIGURES
Practicing Christians are those who attend a religious service at least once a month, who say their faith is very important in their lives and self-identify as a Christian.
Born again Christians have made a personal commitment to Jesus Christ that is still important in their life today and believe that, when they die, they will go to heaven because they have confessed their sins and accepted Jesus Christ as their savior.
Evangelicals are broadly described as follows:
Being classified as an evangelical is not dependent on church attendance, the denominational affiliation of the church attended or self-identification. Respondents were not asked to describe themselves as “evangelical.”
While 67%-72% of adult population claim to be professing Christians
Evangelical Christians represent 6% of the adult population. (The Christian Post).