Christians face elimination by Isis in Middle East, says archbishop

An Islamic State “apocalypse” has left Christianity facing elimination in the very region where the faith was born two millennia ago, according to the archbishop of Canterbury.
Justin Welby will use his Christmas Day sermon to brand the extremist group as “a Herod of today” – a reference to the biblical despotic king of Judea at the time of Jesus’s birth.
In the service at Canterbury cathedral, Welby will say Isis is “igniting a trail of fear, violence, hatred and determined oppression”. He will tell the congregation: “Confident that these are the last days, using force and indescribable... read more

 
25 December 2015 in World News, Views: 32
Source: Guardian
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