The Birth of Modern Christian Persecution in Western Europe
by Moody Adams One hundred years ago, 80 percent of all of the world's Christians lived in either Europe or North America. Today, there are only 40 percent
It's now believed that more Christians attend church on Sunday morning in China than on the entire European continent.
On September 1, the 450,000-strong Girlguiding organization in the U.K. will no longer promise to "love my God," but rather "to be true to myself and develop my beliefs." This change in the membership came after they found that 37 percent of the girls "do not believe in a god."
On July 1, a street preacher in Europe, Tony Miano, was arrested making "homophobic" remarks while preaching on all sexual immorality.
Last year, three Eurpopean Christians were fired from their jobs for either wearing crosses or refusing to endorse homosexual partnerships and lost their appeal in the European Court of Human Rights.
Last month, the Obama administration ruled that a Christian family which had fled to the U.S. from Germany after facing fines and prosecution for homeschooling their children would not be eligible for asylum in the U.S.
(For the complete article go to: Ryan Morgan persecution.org).