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Buddhist, Rohingya and Christian lives matter

Discussion in 'Christian Apologetics Forum' started by OzSpen, Jun 24, 2020.

  1. OzSpen

    OzSpen Well-Known Member

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    Today On Line Opinion, an Australian secular e-journal, published another of my articles, Buddhist, Rohingya and Christian lives matter.

    Some of you as Christians may wonder why I've included Buddhist and Rohingya Muslims along with Christians. It's for balanced journalism. Several minority groups around the world are persecuted and they aren't all Christian.

    I expect this article to receive a fair amount of antagonism from the typical secularists. This is all the more reason why I need your participation in Comments for On Line Opinion so we can be salt and light.

    Oz
     
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    historyb Well-Known Member

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    Congrats for getting another article published.
     
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    Will you join me in making Comments?
     
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    Articles like this that place a mirror to the world's face goes to show that the mantra that "All Lives Matter" is not the reality we live in. In striving to reach the status of having all lives matter and have there be liberty and justice for all, we'd do well to recognize where the shortfalls are and give attention to making strides and improvements in those areas.
     
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