What Constitutes Persecution?

Via WitchVox, here’s a list issued by a group calling themselves the Christian Anti-Defamation Commission. They list the “Top 10 Anti-Christian Acts of 2009“. Included in their list is the murder of Rev. Fred Winters (which was due to mental illness on the part of the shooter), the participation of Bishop Gene Robinson in Obama’s inauguration, the new Federal Hate Crimes law, and a program on HBO they found offensive.

This list is an insult to people of all faiths – including Christians in places like China and Iraq – who face daily real persecution for practicing their religion.

I fail to see the attractiveness of religious victimhood.

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  • JohnFranc you ask – What Constitutes Persecution?

    Then you talk about people – who face daily real persecution for practicing their religion.

    But you do not define what you believe *real* persecution is.

    Perhaps you should do so.

    Does having one's religious activities falsely and maliciously slandered as a "cult" count as *real* persecution in your books?

  • I don't have a formal definition, but like Justice Potter Stewart and pornography, I know it when I see it. And this ain't it.