How the West Is Killing Christianity

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Foreign wars and conflicts launched and promoted by the United States and its allies since 2003 have led directly to the widespread persecution of Christians in Africa and the Middle East.

The ongoing slaughter of Christians, followed by the exodus of upwards of 1 million of them from war-torn countries like Syria and Iraq, where Christianity flourished for nearly two millennia, has encouraged many observers to warn of the death rather than decline of Christianity in that part of the world.

The great irony of the plight of Christians is that Western leaders, who profess to be Christian, were the ones who launched the wars that have torn the Middle East apart and created the most toxic sectarian nightmare in which Christians have become victims, often portrayed as supporters of Western interventionist policies. Some of the oldest Christian denominations, with links back to the time of Christ and his disciples…

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One comment on “How the West Is Killing Christianity

  1. Michael Snow says:

    What most American Christians have not come to terms with is the fact that had we not invaded Iraq, there would be no ISIS. The U.S. invasion opened Pandora’s Box. And most Christians here have their thinking shaped by culture rather than by the teachings of Christ. https://spurgeonwarquotes.wordpress.com/

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