"The Lahore attacks are just the latest atrocity in a war on Christians" - John Allen
By John L Allen Jr, Spectator via Anglican Mainstream
[…]According to the Pew Forum, between 2006 and 2010 Christians faced some form of discrimination, either de jure or de facto, in a staggering total of 139 nations, which is almost three-quarters of all the countries on earth. According to the Center for the Study of Global Christianity at Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary in Massachusetts, an average of 100,000 Christians have been killed in what the centre calls a ‘situation of witness’ each year for the past decade. That works out to 11 Christians killed somewhere in the world every hour, seven days a week and 365 days a year, for reasons related to their faith.
In effect, the world is witnessing the rise of an entire new generation of Christian martyrs. The carnage is occurring on such a vast scale that it represents not only the most dramatic Christian story of our time, but arguably the premier human rights challenge of this era as well.
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>Save Horton General Hospital
>Stop Forced Adoption
>Restore Infant Literacy Hours Campaign
>Save Oxford Community Centres from re-development
>Save Northway Town Green
>No privatisation of NHS
>Stop Cuts to Arts Funding
>Justice for all survivors of CSA
>Abolish University Tuition Fees for students whose parents are English citizens.
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