I’ve been watching the situation in the Tunisia very closely. Today there is this from Reuters “Faith World” blog. Read it and give some thought to the situation. Secularism is not only opposed to Christianity, it is opposed to all religion (there are parallels to Turkey’s past in this story). What is going to be the future of Tunisia? The often quoted idea in the media is that “All Arab leaders are watching Tunisia in fear; all Arab citizens are watching Tunisia in hope”. I too am watching Tunisia in hope, and prayer. But what will emerge?
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Sentire Cum Ecclesia began years ago back when blogs were the latest thing. They are a bit passe now, and I spend most of my time on twitter (@scecclesia) but from time to time, I do add new things on this ‘ere website. Mostly I use it as a place for journaling about my Pilgrimage experiences.
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