Huffington Post begins: “Well, this is awkward.”
The Huffington Post picks up Monique El-Faizy’s Religion News Service article on Coptic Christians in Egypt who have been entering the political scene since a
A series of apparently coordinated bombings struck three churches during Christmas services across Nigeria on Sunday, killing more than a dozen people and solidifying a recent escalation in violence by a radical Muslim sect.
Archbishop Williams expressed “deep concern” over Iran’s movement towards executing a Christian pastor who has refused to renounce his faith.
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