Egyptian Christians at the Crossroads
This post was written by Mel Lawrenz
Christianity Today has several pieces helpful in understanding what is unfolding for Christians at this historic turning point.
Egypt’s Christians After Mubarak (They were protesting a church attack when the Tahrir Square demonstrations began. Political change likely won’t undo deep tensions with Muslims.) Egyptian Christians Reflect on Moment in History (Born and baptized in blood, the Church in Egypt is hardly a newcomer to hardship, notes Egypt’s Anglican bishop.) And The Muslim Brotherhood and the Gospel of Christ (Why Egypt’s Christians might actually be safer if the Muslim Brotherhood were a part of the ruling government.)
This entry was posted on Saturday, February 12th, 2011 at 10:42 am and is filed under Real Life.
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