Category Archives: Persecution

We Dwell in a Fiery Furnance

We dwell in a fiery furnace, but we do not bow the knee. Consider the story of Hananiah, Mishael, and Azariah – better known as Shadrach, Meshach, and Abed-nego (Daniel 3:1-30; the three having been previously mentioned in Daniel 1:1-20 and … Continue reading

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We’re Christians – we’re supposed to be persecuted

“We’re paratroopers, Lieutenant; we’re supposed to be surrounded.” –  Capt. Richard “Dick” Winters, E Company, Band of Brothers (see this 6-second video; if you need context, see this 5-minute video).   Indeed, all who desire to live godly in Christ … Continue reading

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The State of Religious Liberty in America

The video below was recorded Thursday, February 25, 2016 at Opryland in Nashville, Tennessee.  It was one of the sessions held at the annual convention of the National Religious Broadcasters, this year called Proclaim 16. Although I was familiar with most of … Continue reading

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Christian Father in PakistanTortured for Refusing to Deny Christ 

Excerpt: A Pakistani man refuses to renounce Christ despite being tortured by Muslim co-workers who tried to convert him to Islam. Patras Hanif, a construction worker and father of five, was targeted because of his Christian faith. His co-workers tried to … Continue reading

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Blessed is David Daleiden, and Woe to the Nation That Persecutes Him

Opening paragraph: A grand jury convened to investigate whether a Houston Planned Parenthood clinic had sold the organs of aborted fetuses on Monday cleared the clinic and instead indicted the undercover videographers behind the allegations, surprising the officials who called … Continue reading

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German Refugee Camps Prove Dangerous for Christians

An asylum is supposed to be a place of protection.  Yet Muslim migrants are threatening Christian migrants in German asylum centers.  Here’s an excerpt of the article:  It appears that little progress is being made in protecting the Christians, as … Continue reading

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While we are enjoying Christmas, Christians in China are being hounded 

This excerpt reveals why China’s Communist Party is renewing its coercive power against Christians: Foreign scholars estimate that there are 67 million to 100 million Christians in China — compared with 87 million Communist Party cadres. Yang estimates that China will be … Continue reading

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The Stormans Family and Kristen Waggoner Are Americans Worth Admiring

From the YouTube caption: The Stormans family has been in the small-town grocery business for over 75 years [Ralph’s grocery store]. Well-known throughout their Olympia, Washington community for their kindness and hospitality, the family now faces the potential of having … Continue reading

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The Most Persecuted Group in the World? Christians

This video (4:51) from “Prager University” explains why the media won’t report the severe persecution against Christians that is taking place in the Middle East and other regions.

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The Persecution of Christians in the Middle East, and Why So Little of It Gets Reported

I’ve written before on the persecution of Christians outside the U.S. and how little of it is being reported to us.  Just browse the “Persecution” category to the right to see some of the post titles. Today, I offer this 22-minute … Continue reading

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