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To: livius

The news isn’t all bad. The vast majority (more than 50% in most countries) have their kids watch Christian TV stations, since they know that those stations aren’t filled with “jihad!” all day long, and calls to become a suicide bomber. They are ‘safe’ stations for the kids to watch.

Many countries—Iran, for one—are very “young” countries, with the majority under age 21. And many of these people are tired of radical Islam, and are searching for something else.

Christianity is affecting those nations now more than at any time in history; it just isn’t seen on the surface.


4 posted on 12/24/2012 12:38:45 PM PST by CondorFlight (I)
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To: CondorFlight
Christianity is affecting those nations now more than at any time in history

How true! Anybody can learn more about the plight of persecuted Chrisitans and DO something for them besides praying by going to Voice of the Martyrs. My Sunday school class has been sending donations towards the purchase of Bibles in Chinese and Farsi for years. It has been a very rewarding experience.

6 posted on 12/24/2012 12:55:11 PM PST by Former Fetus (Saved by grace through faith)
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To: CondorFlight

That’s true, but Christians are killed every day in these places and the west doesn’t care, which emboldens the Islamics. Today, Christmas Eve, Christians will go out to mass in their besieged churches in the ME and Africa, and tomorrow, we’ll probably read (on the back page in a sort of filler column) about the deaths of some of them at the hands of “unknowns.”

Yeah, right. The new, improved US will go to the mat to shield Muslims and destroy Christians.


8 posted on 12/24/2012 1:22:02 PM PST by livius
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