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What Is The Relationship Between God And Government When It Comes To Protecting Persecuted Christians?

Writes R.C. Sproul, “Most Christians salute the sovereignty of God, but believe in the sovereignty of man.” That’s the quote that keeps coming to my mind as I think about the ways we Christians are tempted to construe the relationship … Continue reading

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Christian Persecution Is Not An Occasion For Outrage And Government Intervention But For Revealing God’s Great Love For His Enemies

“Satan keeps people in darkness by means of their fear of death,” writes Josef Ton, the distinguished octogenarian Romanian theologian and author of the seminal Suffering, Martyrdom, and Rewards in Heaven. “When a witness to Christ demonstrates that she is … Continue reading

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