"Christian" is a title or label, not an inheritance. Nowhere does God have His chosen congregated 96%, not in churches, and certainly not in locations. They are scattered throughout the world, inside and outside of the almighty church. After all, God's first people were the Jews. That is what Jesus explained in the wedding feast parable. That many that were invited, which would be those Christians by self-title only, were found unworthy and they had to search outside of the guests that attended, which is outside of the churches and denominations.<quoted text>As of the Census of 2000, 96% of PNG is Christian.
I could hang out with polar bears and call myself a polar bear because they accept me as one, but I would still be a human. I could put on a Army uniform and call myself a soldier, but the Army would not honor my claim. Such is that with many who call themselves Christians. They may carry that name, but it is of no value unless God chose them to be of His flock. Labels are a dime a dozen, and often as transparent and those who may wear it.