Protestant Nations Do Better Economically

Protestant nations do better economically, according to a study by scholar Lawrence Harrison, Senior Research Fellow and Adjunct Lecturer at the Fletcher School at Tufts University.

Harrison’s study showed that the Per Capita GDP in Protestant countries is $29,784, $19,320 for Jewish countries, $9,358 for Roman Catholic countries, $7,045 for the Orthodox countries, $6,691 for Confucian countries, $4,813 for Buddhist countries, $3,142 for Islamic countries, $2,390 for Hindu countries.

– Source: Wayne Grudem and Barry Asmus, THE POVERTY OF NATIONS (Crossway: 2013), p. 320, 321.

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