. . . who convert to Christianity.
I'm not going to editorialise here. I know it's old-fashioned, but I think you're big people who can make up your own minds. Do watch Dr Wood's brief outlining the two most disturbing recent events.
In 2016, an Iranian ex-Muslim sent an application to Great Britain for asylum. The man said that he had converted to Christianity after studying the Bible and finding that Christianity is a religion of peace. The British Home Office rejected the application and insisted that the apostate was lying.
The Home Office justified their rejection by quoting Bible verses from Exodus, Leviticus, and Revelation that were meant to prove that Christianity is not peaceful and that no one could ever conclude that it is peaceful by reading the Bible. Is there a problem in the British Government? Should Prime Minister Theresa May and Home Secretary Sajid Javid intervene? David Wood discusses the issue.
When an Iranian ex-Muslim Christian applied to Great Britain for asylum, the Home Office called her faith "half-hearted" and insisted that if she were a true Christian, she would simply trust Jesus to protect her from people who want to kill her.
Can we even imagine the British Home Office responding to Muslim asylum seekers with such contempt and hostility? Why aren't Prime Minister Theresa May and Home Secretary Sajid Javid taking more action against this hostility towards apostates and Christian asylum seekers? David Wood discusses the issue.