Celebrate Religious Persecution Day

How long has it been since you saw any news or discussion about the global persecution of Christians?   (I mean, besides my posts.)   The churches are under attack all over the world, with dozens or sometimes hundreds killed monthly.   This carnage goes unnoticed by American mass media.   In fact, American mass media seem determined to keep this information hidden.   American Christians are not acting to help Christians around the world because they do not know the extent of the plight.

Other religious minorities experience persecution.   This also gets neglected by the purveyors of “news.”   But the one clear thing about religious persecution is, it mostly affects Christians, and it is overwhelmingly attributable to Muslims and Communists.

In recognition of the extents of religious persecution, the United Nations declared August 22, 2019 to be an “International Day Commemorating the Victims of Acts of Violence Based on Religion or Belief.”

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Media v Evangelicals, 2018 part 5

In my previous post in this series I concluded by noting anti-traditionalist media coverage of a gathering at Wheaton University.  It was a group of “concerned” “Evangelical leaders.”  It included some theological conservatives, though most of the attendees tilted theologically liberal.  Since then, some sound bites by liberal Evangelicals made the rounds, mostly because they were bitterly critical of Christians who support President Trump.  Media continues to love quotes from NeverTrump clerics and pundits who have Christian or conservative credentials.

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