Ben Kwashi’s new book, Evangelism and Mission, ought to be studied by every Christian seminarian wondering about his or her future. Read more

Nigeria is the epicenter of the new Christianity of the Global South.  More Anglicans gather for worship in Nigeria on an average Sunday morning than in all the Episcopal and Anglican churches in North American and Great Britain combined. At the same time that Christian revival keeps bubbling in Nigeria, Christians in Nigeria are being slaughtered by Muslims on jihad.  Since January 2018 eight thousand Christians—most of them children, women and the elderly (according to the Egyptian scholar Raymond Ibrahim)—have… Read more

Yesterday I was taken into a Muslim neighborhood in Jos to ask Muslim leaders about the ongoing violence against Christians. Read more

  I was driven to the Archbishop’s office by Rev. Hassan John, the Oxford-educated Anglican priest who has worked alongside the Archbishop to help victims of the violence in Jos against Christians.  Both Rev. John and AB Kwashi have been interviewed extensively by the BBC and CNN about the crisis.  Rev. John is a principal source for Baronness Carolyn Cox, who has spearheaded two sessions devoted to the Jos violence in the House of Lords in Parliament, one last week… Read more

Last night was the third time that Archbishop Kwashi’s home was attacked by Muslims. He might be the most powerful Anglican in the world. Read more

Some Nigerian Christians expect a civil war, and Christians in Jos wonder if God permits them to defend themselves against extermination. Read more

Christians have seen their Muslim neighbors move out of the houses in the last few days and wonder why. Read more

The violence in Jos is not a clash or even ethnic cleansing but religious cleansing. Read more

We came upon the aftermath of a terrorist attack and found three wounded people. Read more

Nigeria is now the center of world Christianity. It is a land of religious conflict and God-seeking, with fervor for the divine like that of few other societies in the world. Read more

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