What I Learned from Worshiping With Egypt’s Christians

Coptic Quarter in Cairo

This article at ChristianityToday.com provides an interesting window into a branch of Christianity that is often unknown to evangelicals. The Western church responded in grief and solidarity when ISIS representatives beheaded 21 men on a beach in Libya several months ago. The victims were targeted for being “People of the Cross,” members of the Coptic […]

Should We Isolate Ourselves?

Gay Wedding

It’s all over the news: Christians discriminating and refusing services to homosexuals/lesbians. One of the more recent controversies involves a religious pediatrician who allegedly refuses to treat the baby of a lesbian couple in Michigan. You can read about it in the Washington Post. What are we to make of Christians who would refuse their […]