Christianity Under Fire by Stephen Hoffman
Since we reached the 21st century in some corner of the world people have been persecuted, forced to flee or murdered simply for trying to practice their Christian faith.
From North Korea to Iraq, from Cuba to Egypt, from India to Syria Christianity is under fire. However, until recently the world has turned a blind eye to what former Chief Rabbi, Rabbi Jonathan Sacks has said is “one of the crimes against humanity of our time”.
I want to concentrate on the birthplace of Christianity, the Middle East, where Christianity is facing the very real threat of being wiped off the face of the earth.
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