In certain blog entries I have expressed my interest in the Christian church and it’s decline and/or growth in France – I have also expressed my concern about the predicted “Eurabia” that seems looming on the horizon if France (and the rest Europe) does not return to marriage and the family soon. Many experts predict that in 50 years France will be at great risk of loosing it’s culture. (Read: become a Mulsim nation)

I was told that the birth rate in France was up last year – it was not made clear to me whether that was due to native French pro-creation or due to the surge of Muslim (read: pro-creating) immigrents – native and illegal. At this point though I hear France (and by “France” I mean the France that we all know and love) is not producing enough children to maintain it’s culture (The U.S. is following closely in that direction by the way.)

I found the following article very interesting – my friend Celine is coming back for a visit (she moved back to France last year) and I plan to have lunch with her the following week. I look forward to picking her brain on this subject in the meantime, enjoy this BRIEF article – if you click on it it will take you to the website where I found it and you can read the very interesting corresponding comments.

Muslims are converting to Christianity in their thousands in France but face exclusion from their families and even death threats.
Most Muslims hide their conversion and Protestant ministers do their utmost to protect new converts. It is estimated that every year in the world some six million Muslims convert to Christianity.

The Muezzin call to prayer. But here in France it is no longer reaching all Muslim ears.

Around 15,000 Muslims each year are converting to Christianity – around 10,000 to Catholicism and 5,000 to Protestantism….

Many Muslims in France hide their conversion but the trend is continuing. World wide around six million Muslims a year convert to Christianity.

I found this too! Living in France?
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  1. Platonicus Booknutticus

    Ang, the lavender text over the pink background is pretty rough on the eyes… or at least mine.

    Can I make a request for more contrast?


    PS – Granted, I did not read your “Global Warming” blog all the way through. However, I didn’t get but a sentence or two into it and it seems that you take presently low temperatures to be evidence against global warming? You might have been joking, in which case, I should have read the whole thing through to find out. But if not, you should research global warming. Your “but it’s so cold out” statements reflect a misunderstanding of the concept, I think. Again, It might be my fault. Perhaps you were only joking.

    Love you.

  2. Parisienne Farmgirl

    Probably should have read the entire piece – I think I make it pretty clear that I don’t have all the facts but I am not jumping on this hysterical bandwagon yet. From what I can see the earths temp and risen and fallen over and over again – long before the industrial revolution.
    I am all for saving energy, reducing my garbage, walking – I think everyone knows that about me who knows me – we ARE to be good stewards of the earth – however, there IS a sersious element of hysteria (You should have seen Melissa Ethridge singing yet guts out last night about it to an audience ful of teary eyed “stars” last night- GAG.)…I think there is a money trail somewhere, I just have not found it yet.

  3. Parisienne Farmgirl

    I think I should have said “last night” a few more times – just to drive it home that I saw it “last night” – good grief.

  4. Platonicus Booknutticus

    Yeah, again, I’m not sure that it has anything to do with a state of affairs that the consistent rising and falling of temperatures would be evidence against. But again, I don’t know much about it either. I was just under an impression that the term “global warming” is sort of misleading cause the problem is not warming per se but rather the atmosphere being affected such that temperatures becomne progressively more extreme in either direction.

    Unfortunately, the television was on and I was present during Saint Ethridge’s performance. However, volume was muted. I think it was the first time Victoria and I have ever watched TV together. It lasted about 13 minutes.

    Nothing’s harmless Ang. City of man, city of God.

    love you.


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