After an Indian doctor survives an attack by Muslim extremeists who cut off one of his hands, his family forgives the attackers. Here is a link to another story of Christian forgiveness in India.
The Gospel is spreading in Indonesia, prompting a backlash from radical Muslims seeking to impose Sharia law upon that nations inhabitants.
The government of Egypt is demanding that the Coptic Church legitimize divorce for Coptic Christians in an attempt to "harmonize" Church teaching with Sharia law, which according to Gene Veith, permits men to have up to four wives and allows them to divorce a wife "by simply uttering 'I divorce you' thrice (even via text messaging.)"
Friday, July 9, 2010
Global Church Links
Posted by Mr. Guthrie at 8:13 PM
Labels: Christian Persecution, Forgiveness, Global Christianity, India, Indonesia, Islam, Sharia Law, The Middle East
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