After Saturday Comes Sunday: Understanding the Christian by Elizabeth Kendal

By Elizabeth Kendal

The post-Christian West is in decline, revived Islam is at the upward push, and Mesopotamia (Syria-Iraq), the cradle of civilization, has develop into flooring 0 in a conflict for civilization.
Despised as infidels (unbelievers) and kafir (unclean), Mesopotamia's indigenous Christian peoples are exact via fundamentalist Muslims and jihadists for subjugation, exploitation, and removing.
Pushed deep into the fog of battle, buried lower than a mountain of propaganda, and rendered invisible by means of a shroud of silence, they're betrayed and deserted via the West's "progressive" political, educational, and media elites who hold to utopian fantasies approximately Islam whereas nurturing deep-seated hostility in the direction of Christianity.
If they're to outlive as a humans of their old native land, the Christians of Mesopotamia will want the entire aid they could get. If Western civilization is to outlive as a strength in its old heartland (Europe), then we had greater begin seeing, listening to, and believing the Christians of the center East, for his or her plight prefigures our own.

"In her newest booklet, Elizabeth Kendal opens the eyes of her readers in compelling style to the tragedy that has befallen heart japanese Christians. Her broad event as a non secular liberty analyst has knowledgeable this paintings, that's without delay an insightful survey of prior ancient and political occasions, and a choice to motion on behalf of persecuted Christians. No reader may perhaps fail to be moved by way of this strong study."
--Peter Riddell, Vice primary, Melbourne university of Theology

"Anyone fascinated with the atrocities inflicted upon minority Christians within the Middle-East this day will treasure this ebook. Kendal confronts readers with a present truth that can't be shunned. a truly pertinent and well timed book."
--His Grace Bishop Anba Suriel, Coptic Orthodox Bishop, Diocese of Melbourne and Affiliated areas; Dean, St. Athanasius Coptic Orthodox Theological collage, Melbourne

"In After Saturday Comes Sunday, Kendal offers us a penetrating perception right into a global that hides in the back of a cloak of spiritual righteousness. In different phrases, after the Jews come the Christians. This publication profoundly resonates with the Assyrian Christians of the center East that experience suffered and proceed to undergo tremendously. Elizabeth Kendal has unveiled the truth."
--Hermiz Shahen, Deputy Secretary basic, Assyrian common Alliance, Australia

"Kendal's e-book is a godsend to a person who's at a loss to appreciate what lies at the back of the anguish within the center East. Drawing on authoritative voices from the quarter, her clear-eyed research untangles the conflicts with the center and perception of a prophet. She offers a sobering account of the West's complicity within the atrocities--and what we will do to deliver therapeutic in a difficulty as appalling because the indifference to it." 
--Jeff M. dealers, Editor, Persecution information provider, Morning big name News

Elizabeth N. Kendal is a global spiritual liberty analyst and recommend. She authors the weekly non secular Liberty Prayer Bulletin, serves because the Director of Advocacy for Christian religion and Freedom (Canberra), and is an accessory examine Fellow on the Arthur Jeffery Centre for the research of Islam at Melbourne tuition of Theology, an affiliated university of the Australian collage of Theology. Her earlier booklet, Turn again the conflict: Isaiah Speaks to Christians Today, offers a biblical reaction to persecution and existential threat.

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