On Tuesday, I was invited on ‘Experience Matters with Drew Berquist’ on TheBlaze Media to discuss Christians being persecuted all over the world.
We talk about the growing situation in the Middle East, Africa, and even here in the United States where Christians are finding the situations becoming more and more desire.
Check out the audio version by clicking on this link.
In Uganda, a group of Muslims extremists intimidated the local law enforcement into arresting a group of pastors who were preaching the Gospel in an open-air stadium (and they had a permit.) Six innocent men were forced to spend several nights in jail, despite breaking no law. It is a terrifying thought that a mob can force the government to arrest people for simply sharing their faith.
Also in Egypt, the government voted down a bill that would eliminate religious affiliations from their ID cards. I discuss this in my latest Daily Wire piece. This measure would have helped prevent discrimination against Christians, especially Coptic Christians who have faced growing violence against their community.
Berquist and I discussed these circumstances plus many more and we discuss how we can solve these problems.
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