By Suffering and Blood: God’s Mission in Contexts of Persecution and Martyrdom
Suffering and martyrdom have strengthened, extended, and purified the Church and attracted non-believers to the Christian faith. Nayak looks at India as an example of church growth through persecution.
Persecution: A Biblical and Personal Reflection
If persecution causes the church to flourish, how are we to address persecution around the world?
Symposium on Persecution: Don’t Call It Persecution When It’s Not
Can we put parameters around what we call religious persecution? Five leaders speak out.
How to Suffer as a Christian
This book approaches the subject of calling with emphasis on the impact of social location (particularly racial-ethnic-cultural identity, socioeconomic status or class, and gender) on vocational formation.
Christian Martyrdom: A Brief History with Reflections for Today
In an age when we crave comfort, affluence, and freedom from pain, the larger story of global Christianity – from Christ, into the early church, and right up to the present – has been shaped by suffering and even martyrdom.
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