Monday, August 30, 2010

L 4.2

Richard Dawkins claims that “the overwhelming majority [of people] just happens to choose the one [religion] that their parents belong to...The religion we adopt is a matter of an accident of geography.” (pp.67-68)

This assertion might not be as true as it seems on the surface. There are examples to the contrary.

David Nassar has an incredible story

There is evidence that the Church in China is growing.

Christianity in the Middle East is an interesting topic.

Information about Christianity in Iran is very limited but, fascinating.

Analysis of Christianity in the Persian Gulf yields interesting results.

Epicenter: Why the Current Rumblings in the Middle East Will Change Your Future By Joel C. Rosenberg explores Christian trends in Islamic cultures.

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