Thank you for your opinion. You have not established that the rise in Protestantism accounts for the attrition of Catholics. In fact, the opposite can be shown. From http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Religion_in_Mexi... :
"Roman Catholics are 82.7% of the total population, down from 96% in 1970." That's a drop of about 13.3%. The pie chart at the top of the same page indicates that the fraction of non-Catholic Christians is 9.7%. Even if that number were 0% in 1970, it still only accounts for 2/3 of the lost Catholics.
This is the kind of thing that you don't do. You just blurt out unsupported opinions.
I guess that I need to roll the boulder up the hill a little more, since once again, your mind has slipped tracks.And what you do is find the words you want and copy/paste them to 'support' you. But you fail to keep reading. From your link: "Protestantism is also on the rise as it offers a less legalistic and hierarchical version of Christianity"
I know that Protestantism is on the rise in Mexico. I never claimed otherwise. Let's review:
I claimed that "Christianity is dying in both Canada and Mexico" I cited a statistic showing a fall in Catholicism. You implied that this was offset by an equivalent rise in Protestantism. I debunked that with the post quoted at the top of this one, which indicated that Protestantism is on the rise in Mexico, but not enough to support your claim.
And all your little alcohol soaked mind can come up with is that my source said that Protestantism is on the rise.
You're a moron, Dung. A moron. You're not smart enough to discuss this matter. Your mind wanders. You can't stay on point.