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90 CONTINUOUS HOURS OF BIBLE READING AT U.S. CAPITOL IS HAPPENING RIGHT NOW

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Rev. Michael Hall : May 1, 2017 : DC Bible Marathon.The readers come from diverse cultures, ages, denominations, races, languages and political parties. Bibles will be on hand in 100 languages. Many branches of faith, Protestant, Catholic, Orthodox, Messianic and Jewish, set aside their differences and come together around the Bible once a year at our U.S. Capitol.

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Bible and Muslims a former Imam explains

What Does the 'Bible' and 'Jesus' Mean to Muslims? Converted Imam Explains.A former imam from Egypt with strong family ties to the Muslim Brotherhood leadership who converted to Christianity, said Friday that some Muslims in the U.S. are using "Islamic deception" to fool Christians into believing misconceptions about the religion.Mark Christian, who became a Sunni imam at the young age of 13 because his great uncle was a co-founder of the Muslim Brotherhood, detailed during a webinar hosted by the American Pastors Network how he began to question Islam around the age of 23, and eventually left the religion. He explained that he lived "dead inside" for a period of six or seven years before the "truth" ultimately led him on a journey to Christ that took over 10 to 15 years.

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Christian Churches Together holds forum on ‘the persecuted church’

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At the Christian Churches Together meeting on the persecuted church, a chat between His Holiness Patriarch Mor Ignatius Aprhem II of the Syriac Orthodox Church and Cardinal Joseph Tobin of the Catholic Church, Newark Archdiocese. The forum reported that each month 322 Christians are killed for their faith and 214 churches and Christian properties are destroyed. Christians are regularly attacked and discriminated against in various forms around the globe.At the Christian Churches Together meeting on the persecuted church, a chat between His Holiness Patriarch Mor Ignatius Aprhem II of the Syriac Orthodox Church and Cardinal Joseph Tobin of the Catholic Church, Newark Archdiocese.

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