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I believe that we're in for some interesting times and no one, even Orthodox, will be completely immune. Of course, the Church will not change. As far as Protestantism is concerned, I see a time when many will be looking towards the past, towards continuity and structure while other aspects will fracture even further. I pray that they all come home to Eastern Orthodoxy and that the so-called Prosperity Gospel fades into a mere footnote.
I know around my area people are really getting sick of the baptists and are moving to very high church or very low church.Our local parish has grown alot in the last 3 years, as have the RC parishes. The prosperity gospel and non-denomination churches spring up, get tons of cash, then disappear in 5 years.
From a realistic perspective, I would be elated if America sees increased conversions from protestantism to Roman Catholicism. That will at least change the way the country sees the Bible and tradition.
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