Income of Churches in Brazil Increased From R$13.3 Billion in 2006 to R$24.2 Billion in 2013

Religion is one of the largest, most profitable, and fastest-growing industries in Brazil. Since Bolsonaro has been president, this has become even stronger, since the Protestant churches represent the actual power base of the president.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - In eight years, the collection of churches in Brazil has virtually doubled. The increase is a result of the growth of religious bodies in the country and increased donations, tithes, and offerings to temples.

The income of churches rose from R$13.3 . . .

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