Tag: persecution

  • The Geneva Bible: The Reformers’ Bible

    What exactly is the Geneva Bible and what is its significance? The Geneva Bible was first published in 1560. It was the first translation to use chapter divisions and numbered verses and became the most popular version of its time because of the extensive marginal notes and annotations. Some of those notes were very controversial. […]

  • Saul’s Conversion

    Can God use the persecution of Christians for the good of bringing nonbelievers to Christ?  Christians would know the right answer is yes, yet many would not be persecuted if they don’t have to be.  In this classic booklet, famous preacher and Reformed English evangelist George Whitefield (he was the most famous preacher of his […]

  • Jihad in Islam: Towards A Global Hegemony

    A Jihadist is simply an honest Muslim. When you take the Quran, Hadith, and Sunnah seriously, you will be radicalized and become a Jihadist. Thankfully most Muslims don’t take these texts that seriously! Estimates by researchers are that there are between 150 million to 300 million radicalized Muslims in the world who could commit terrorist […]

  • The 21 Martyrs

    I was really moved by the story of the 21 Coptic martyrs. They were 21 Christian men who were kidnapped in Libya by ISIS (the Islamic State). On Feb. 15, 2015, the Islamic State released a video online, showing masked fighters beheading the men as they knelt on a Libyan beach wearing prison-style orange jumpsuits. […]