We all know the bare-bones essentials of Real Christianity™: God is a trinity of persons, one of whom left eternity, became incarnate in the form of Jesus, died, rose physically after a prolonged period of unmistakable death, ate and spoke with his disciples after resurrection, returned to eternity, and promised to return to earth at some future time to judge the living and the dead, granting to some or all eternal life. This belief system seems to require a pre-modern worldview to me. This is underscored by the following observations: 1. Most Real Christians™ seem very open to “paranormal” phenomena, often reminding other Christians that miracles, angels, demons, The Resurrection and Final Judgment are all beyond any “normal” explanation. 2. Most Real Christians™ seem fairly closed to deep scepticism of the “paranormal." 3. Christianity seems to be expanding in The Third World and shrinking in the First. Am I wrong or does Real Christianity™ require A Pre-Modern WorldView? If it does not absolutely require it, is it not much easier for those with a pre-modern worldview to embrace it? How can Real Christianity™ ever thrive again in The First World unless it convincingly demonstrates the popular, modern, "scientific" worldview is philosophically inferior to Real Christianity™'s philosophically superior pre-modern worldview? Is such a demonstration possible?