…to think about the fate of Mideast Christians and stop supporting policies that have consistently had one unanimous effect: the destruction of the Church.
I am not sure, at this point, if there are any good solutions for the Christians of the Middle East. Christians have suffered under Turkey’s secular governments for years. Greek Orthodox Christians made up a significant minority of Turkey’s population when the state was formed in the wake of WWI, now they a tiny minority due to decades of persecution. On the flip side, the extremist islamic forces are hardly any better.
Perhaps we could first move beyond the delusion that democracy is in itself a good thing. If there is not a majority Christian population, a democracy or democratic republic is always a bad idea. Matthew