Christianity and the Middle East: A History of Cohabitation, a Present of Persecution, a Future of Uncertainty

For as long as humans have been able to communicate, there has been belief. Whether it is stone age burials with objects to help someone in the next life or the recent beliefs of modern day Humanism, our capacity to discuss ideas and beliefs has been ever-present. The United Nations (UN) recognizes the vast amountContinue reading “Christianity and the Middle East: A History of Cohabitation, a Present of Persecution, a Future of Uncertainty”