Christians have been attacking since the beginning of time..
Lemme clear this up.
There were no Christians at the beginning of time. There were no Christians anywhere near the beginning of time. There were no Christians in the Old Testament. There were no Christians in the time of Jesus.
There are Disciples of Christ and then there are Christians. What the world needs is more Disciples of Christ.
Strange, isn't it, that the fastest growing Christian churches in the world are in Iran and China.
In Iran, Muslim conversions to Christianity have been on the rise for some time, but just last year, Iranian women began a "Disciples of Christ" movement unprecedented in an Islamic country. “The Iranian awakening is a rapidly-reproducing discipleship movement that owns no property, no buildings, has no budget, no 501c3 status or any identifier that the church in the west says you must have, and is predominantly led by women.”
These women, and the men who have joined them, out of necessity, are following a brilliant strategy in getting the message out. They have moved to friendly countries and, with communication and internet technology, they are making contacts all over the world. They have produced a video documentary in two parts titled "Sheep Among Wolves", Vol I
and Vol II
. This documentary has gone viral.
I have watched many video testimonials by Muslims who converted to Christianity, they tell us when, where, how and why they came to Christ. These are people who were born and raised in Islamic tradition, their faith was ironclad
, it was ingrained in every cell of
their bodies. They were immersed in it to the depth of their souls. Most of them had memorized the Qu'ran. Islam was their deeply embedded and gloriously respected world view.
To have that world view shattered by what some Muslim converts called "My Epiphany" was not your ordinary conversion. These were powerful metaphysical experiences, some inspired by dreams, during which these converts struggled mightily to confirm it and to overcome their betrayal of their families and their religion.
These are the kinds of Christians who are Disciples of Christ.