On Tuesday, I began a slow return to virtual society at the Cripplegate with a post on Do American Christians Care about Persecuted Christians?
Referencing another article, I suggest 4 reasons why Americans seem to be apathetic toward the persecuted church:
1. Our media is focused on America.
2. Our spiritual and biblical ignorance of Christian fellowship.
3. Our understanding of Christianity is unbiblical.
4. Our hands feel tied.
With the International Day of Prayer for the Persecuted Church weeks away (IDOP 2013), it seems like a timely subject. I found interaction in the comments to be uniquely helpful as well.
You can read the entire article and comments here.