Saturday, May 06, 2006

[11.02 GMT] When living your faith means risking death - an April article from TMCNet (which I missed earlier). This from Miroslav Volf, Director of the Centre for Faith and Culture at Yale University, who recalls meeting Christian eacemakers during the war in Bosnia... "[Yugoslavia] had compulsory service; I was interrogated for months and threatened with years in prison. But the call of the Christian faith, properly understood, is to love one's enemies, to resist evil in such a way that the humanity of the other is redeemed and understanding can be established."

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