Yes, but that is like saying that the burst of a supernova means it is getting bigger -- rather it is dying and that is the death burst
The Future Will Be More Religious and Conservative Than You Think
By Eric Kaufmann Tuesday, May 8, 2012
It’s worth remembering that 97 percent of the world's population growth takes place in the religious tropics, while populations in secular East Asia and the West are aging and would already be declining were it not for immigration. Birth rates are coming down in the developing world, but the peak population pressure between the global North and South lies ahead, in 2050. At that time, the UN projects that there will be four (largely religious) Africans for every European, compared to the situation in 1950 when there were two and a half Europeans per African. According to the Gallup World Poll and World Religious Database, this global demographic revolution has already made the world a more religious place than it was in 1970, and will continue to do so.
THIS IS SIMPLY STUNNING AND AMAZING