From the November, 2006 issue of Touchstone
The Pillars of Imprecation by John N. Day

The Pillars of Imprecation

How to Pray for Your Enemies by Praying Against Them

by John N. Day

In recent years, Western Christians have been awakened to the unrelenting suffering of our brothers and sisters around the world. Many suffer economic and social discrimination, imprisonment, and beatings, the destruction of their homes and churches, and others are sold into slavery, raped, forced into marriage, or murdered, all for the sole reason that they bear the name of Christ.

With this increased exposure to the appalling and systematic persecution of Christians abroad, and with our recognition of the mounting overt hostility to Christian influence in the cultures and policies of Western nations, Western . . .


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