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What does Branko Bjelejac, TWR's Director of Global Partnership Development, when he says, "We live in Babylon?"  First of all, Branko lives in Europe, and many people now label Europe as post-Christian.  Since evangelical Christians are greatly outnumbered in Europe, and because Christianity is not as influencial across the continent as it once was, Branko maintains that Christians living in Europe are like the Israelites living in exile in Babylon in the 6th century B.C.  And, with the way that America seems to be following in the footsteps of Europe, how long will it be before Christians in America are "living in Babylon" as well?

Click here to learn about TWR's outreach in Europe

(Photo of Andy Napier and Branko Bjelejac)