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Christian Rights Around The World

on December 14, 2014

We live in a day where the average religious person is required to follow a certain standard. What I mean by that is that the religious people of the world, especially the United States, are asked to keep their faith quiet and their ideas to themselves. In the United States the rights of Christians are typically left alone. However the past few years have seen a huge spike in the number of religious liberties that are being denied. However the bigger issues that we find in the United States have to deal with the Islamic faith. In the United States it is a problem for many folks if you share your Christian faith but it is not a problem to share the Islamic faith. Praying to Jesus is an issue here but praying to Allah is not a problem. The double standard is huge and the vast majority of folks can see it. However when you step outside the U.S. you will find a much different issue.

In places such as the Middle East, which are predominately Muslim, you will find Christian rights are hardly considered. The rights of the Christian are considered miniscule and they basically have the right to convert to Islam or they are exiled. So what can we do to improve the Christian rights around the world? I would argue that there is very little that we can do. Sure, we can speak of education and enlightenment. But the real change will come through the heart and lives of the people involved. A true life-changing event must take place before a person will have a change of heart. The Christian understands this and they are also aware that there Christian rights hinge on this issue.


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