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 adj.— «This forces us to face the question whether the growth patterns of certain “successful” churches mainly represent their increased share of the churchgoing population, or whether they are attracting significant numbers of the formerly-churched and never-churched individuals to replace those being lost to the world.» —“Revisiting church growth in Korean Protestantism: A theological reflection” by Young-gi Hong International Review of Mission Apr. 1, 2000. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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