10 Things You Must Know About the Global War on Christianity

by Johnnie Moore     |     Book Summary


Author: Johnnie Moore
Publisher: Tyndale
Date: September 5, 2017
Pages: 85

Book Summary of 10 Things You Must Know About the Global War on Christianity by Johnnie Moore


10 Things You Must Know About the Global War on Christianity is an accompanying booklet to Johnnie Moore’s The Martyr’s Oath.

While many professing Christians in Western nations live comfortable, complacent, and nominally Christian lives, believers all over the world are facing persecution like never before. There is a brutal war against Christianity happening today, and too many are oblivious to it. 

Extremist groups are killing believers, governments are fining, imprisoning, and trying to silence the church, and families are disowning converts to the Christian faith all across the globe in the 21st century. Christians must therefore awaken to the reality of what is happening today. Then, they must seek to tangibly involve themselves in the plight of fellow brothers and sisters suffering. This can be done through prayer, financial involvement with relief organizations, and phone or letter contact with their own government officials. 

In short, Christians in non-persecuted areas must remember their responsibility in caring for those around the world in hostile situations.





Book Summary of 10 Things You Must Know About the Global War on Christianity by Johnnie Moore

by Johnnie Moore

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Book Summary of 10 Things You Must Know About the Global War on Christianity by Johnnie Moore

AuthorJohnnie Moore
PublisherTyndale
DateSeptember 5, 2017
Pages85


Overview:

10 Things You Must Know About the Global War on Christianity is an accompanying booklet to Johnnie Moore’s The Martyr’s Oath.

While many professing Christians in Western nations live comfortable, complacent, and nominally Christian lives, believers all over the world are facing persecution like never before. There is a brutal war against Christianity happening today, and too many are oblivious to it. 

Extremist groups are killing believers, governments are fining, imprisoning, and trying to silence the church, and families are disowning converts to the Christian faith all across the globe in the 21st century. Christians must therefore awaken to the reality of what is happening today. Then, they must seek to tangibly involve themselves in the plight of fellow brothers and sisters suffering. This can be done through prayer, financial involvement with relief organizations, and phone or letter contact with their own government officials. 

In short, Christians in non-persecuted areas must remember their responsibility in caring for those around the world in hostile situations.