List of names of 180 abducted girls

Amidst the growing controversy on the number of girls abducted from the government school in Chibok, Borno State, the Northern States Christian and Elders Forum (NOCSEF) released yesterday 180 names of the April 15 incident’s victims.

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Somalia: Another Christian Slayed

Earlier this month in Somalia, yet another Christian was murdered. “Sufia” was killed in Mogadishu by a group of armed men who burst into her home and dragged her outside, shooting at neighbors who tried to rescue her.

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Faith that Resurrects

I was attacked by Boko Haram Islamic terrorists who wanted to kill me, but God by His power, rescued me. I have seen God manifest His power. They attacked me in December 2012 around 9.30 pm. I had locked my door but they came in through my Muslim neighbour's door.

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The Fatherless Children of JILANG

On Sunday, 5th May, 2013, members of the Boko Haram terrorist group launched a deadly attack on the Christian community in Jilang village of Maiha Local Government Area of Adamawa State. At the end of the attack, over twelve members of the EYN church had been killed.

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Living Dangerously: Christian Persecution Around the World

In his 18th-century classic The Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire, English historian Edward Gibbon famously attributed the fall of the Roman Empire primarily to the rise of the Christian religion. The Christian belief in eternal life, paired with the gospel teachings on love of neighbor and the demand to turn the other cheek, were responsible, Gibbon believed, for the weakening of the Roman peoples' concern with this earthly state. In his account, Gibbon observed,

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