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Thanks for your comment Mark! And yes, this does serve to give us pause to stop and consider what we value more than ourselves. Very interesting insight about how the press views them as curiousities. May we all feel the true cost of anyone who tries to silence another beliefs as very real, and not so distant.
Wonderful post, Tracey. I had not heard about this particular case, they seem to be so common in the Middle East. When I read about people like Pastor Nadarkhani, I feel ashamed that my own faith seems so lukewarm. I’m also filled with rage that people dying for their faith are treated like curiosities by the press, and that cases like this will do nothing to change the political correctness that says Muslim “quirks” must be respected, while Christians— being intolerant fascists— remain fair game.
Fortunately, we’ve been warned: “If the world hates you, remember that the world hated me first.” (Jn 15:18) Christians are in good company. Onward! : )