AsiaUp one level
Asia consists of at least three different cultural regions that have to be considered separately. However, in all parts of Asia where there is a Christian presence, the Pentecostal and Charismatic movements usually has a strong and growing influence
In South Asia Christianity is very much a minority religion with the exception of North East India, central Kerala and the south of Tamilnadu. Among South Asian Protestant Christians Pentecostal/Charismatic Churches are strong.
In East Asia Christianity is very strong in South Korea, Hongkong, and Singapore, and so is Pentecostalism. Chinese House churches are to a great extent charismatic in style.
In South East Asia Pentecostalism has a strong impact in areas where Protestant Christianity is dominant, e g., in some parts of Indonesia and Philippines. In the Philippines there is also a strong Charismatic movement within the Catholic church.
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