According to current trends, there will be more Muslim babies born in 2035 than all other babies, running neck and neck with Christians. We always knew it would come down to Jesus vs. Muhammed…
For years, more babies were born to Christian women than to women of any other religion, but not for much longer: Islam is expected to take the global lead by 2035, according to a report released on Wednesday documenting the coming ebbs and flows of world religions.
Even as they change rank, Christianity and Islam are projected to expand their hold on the world’s newborn population from a combined 64 percent of all babies born from 2010 to 2015 to 71 percent of those born from 2055 to 2060, according to the report, prepared by the Pew Research Center.
That baby boom will largely be driven by regional trends in age and fertility, according to Alan Cooperman, director of religion research at Pew.
Does this make Islam the more dominate religion (see “Moderate” Islam Is a Myth! Here’s Why and Jesus Vs. Muhammad)? Will it now be Islamophobic for leftists to say having babies is bad for the environment? Time will tell.
But while feminists are proclaiming that abortion is about “women’s rights,” Ahmed, Muhammad, and Sayyid are bumping boots with their wives. All their wives. Even wives which might not be their favorite. While Christian couples in First World countries are “waiting” to have babies for “the right time” or even not having children at all (for pick a reason), Ahmed, Muhammad, and Sayyid are bouncing baby boys and girls on their knees. Sure, sure, some will blow themselves up, but most likely won’t. They’ll grow up, and like their parents before them, “be fruitful and multiply.”
Meanwhile, First World Christians will “wait” or only have 2.1 children. Some might even look down their noses at other families who DARE have more than two children. If you’re one of those people who try to shame parents with more than two kids, I have no problem shaming you.
At this rate, Muslims may not need a caliphate. Christians will eventually be the minority. Because “progress” and “waiting for the right time” and all the other reasons Christian couples offer for abstaining from procreation.