Becoming a Christian does not win favor in Indonesia
Reader comment on: What They Do Not Tell You about Indonesia
Submitted by Michael S, Mar 19, 2017 11:00
Indonesia has a legacy of mass killings of the Chinese minority in the 1960s.
With that background, it's easy to see why the people are so willing to be conformist. These are days prophesied by Jesus:
Very few elements of the gospels are repeated in three NT books like this. Many Evangelical Christians believe this will "never happen to them"; and look at "becoming Christians" as a way of winning favor among men. This certainly isn't true today in Syria and Iraq; and apparently, neither is it true now in Indonesia.
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