In China being a Christian can bring many repercussions. While technically, being a Christian is allowed, it is only under very strict guidelines and you must register with the government. Only one version of the Bible is sanctioned and it has been highly edited. Continue reading “A Precious Gift”
As I read today’s headlines “Sudan Judge sentences Christian Woman to Death for her Apostasy,” I was appalled. According to the article on MSN, after a hearing in which she was accused of leaving the Islamic faith and after being asked to recant her faith, Meriam Yahia Ibrahim Ishag “calmly told the judge: ‘I am a Christian and I never committed apostasy.”” http://news.msn.com/world/sudan-judge-sentences-christian-woman-to-death-for-apostasy
Her sentence: Death
The 27-year-old pregnant woman, is married to a Christian from South Sudan. Her father is Muslim.
As I read this article I had to wonder how many American Christians would calmly state “I am a Christian” under penalty of death. I suspect it would be far less than those who claim to be Christians. Continue reading “The Cost of Faith”