Chile’s Pentecostals Face Problems Due to Isolation

According to the Jesuit-sponsored Bellarmino Center and the Chilean Department of Sociological Research, Protestantism has exploded in Chile. In 1970, the "evangelicos" (synonym for Protestants) comprised 5.1 percent of Chile's people; in 1980, 7.5 percent, and in 1985, 9.6 percent.

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