Tag Archives: persecution

The Curiosity Index (26.03.2018)

Boko Haram kept one Dapchi girl who refused to deny her Christianity “We begged her to just recite the Islamic declaration and put the hijab on and get into the vehicle, but she said it was not her faith, so why should she say it

The Curiosity Index (11.01.2018)

The Top 50 Countries Where It’s Most Dangerous to Follow Jesus It might be getting harder to be a Christian in the secular west but while not exclusively true but it is also very clear – the most dangerous place for a Christian to live

The Curiosity Index (05.01.2018)

Christmas violence and arrests shake Indian Christians I don’t know how your Christmas was but it probably wasn’t like this. While lots of us in safe countries are focused on productivity, life goals and so on that for many Christians life is lived under constant pressure.

The Curiosity Index (02.10.2017)

Meet the Mother of Modern Missions “Though hardly anyone knows her name today, Rebecca helped ignite fires of a new kind of religion that in subsequent centuries has given spiritual sustenance to millions.” We could well call Rebecca Protten the “mother of modern missions.” Remarkable. A

The Curiosity Index (11.01.2017)

Five very different links that reveal much about the vastly different challenges of being a Christian in different parts of the world For those of us in the connected world we may want to know how to Secure Your Online Life with the Bible (and Good Security

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Persecution

Persecution of Christians is alive and well, sadly. I’ve come across a number of stories and not in the places you’d normally expect to see them. For forced conversions and murders in Orissa, India there is this story from today’s Observer. From a recent Sunday