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When Persecution Comes Home

by Bryant Evans on October 1, 2013

An American preacher is being held in Iran, charged with violations of national security. Specifically, Saeed Abedini  was sentenced to 8 years in prison for converting from Islam to Christianity. According to his wife, Abedini was offered freedom if he would renounce his faith in Christ. He refused. This horrible affair strikes at the heart […]

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Hatred Is Easy, Prayer is Hard

by Bryant Evans on September 16, 2012

I confess. I am pretty angry at the way things are going in the world. People who reject Jesus as the Son of God are violently attacking people and places in the name of a false prophet. Representatives of the country that assures my (and their) freedom to worship are brutalized and murdered. Yes, I […]

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Rethinking Trouble

by Bryant Evans on September 15, 2012

I’d like to point you to an article I saw this morning from Forthright Press. It concerns the trouble in the Middle East and, I think, puts an interesting perspective on the religious clashes now taking place. Author Michael Brooks is a Christian who writes from Bangladesh which is not particularly friendly to religious diversity. […]

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Was Jesus A Muslim?

by Bryant Evans on April 13, 2011

“Was Jesus A Muslim?” is the topic of a discussion sponsored by the Muslim Student Association at the University of South Alabama in Mobile. The meeting is set for tonight at 6:30. The quick answer would seem to be “no.” But I suspect the Islamic group will instead focus not on Islam but on the […]

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One Way – Only One Way to God

by Bryant Evans on August 3, 2010

Sometimes people say, “There are many paths to God.” Sometimes people worship without regard to Jesus the Son of God. Jews honor Jehovah God and Muslims honor Allah through the teachings of Mohammad. Some pay homage to Buddha, some practice Hindu while others look to Shinto for their faith. Still more practice a form of […]

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