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Christianophobia: A Faith Under Attack Paperback – 4 Jul 2013
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"Thorough, fluent and hard-hitting, Shortt’s years of experience as an investigative journalist shine through in this controversial and enlightening book." (Telegraph)
"A very well-balanced and timely analysis...Shortt is a sane, observant reporter, and the story he tells is a very troubling one" (A. N. Wilson)
"An important book that statesmen of all faiths would do well to read." (Gerald Butt Church Times)
"A much needed wake-up call...Required reading." (Lord Alton, Books of the Year Catholic Times)
"Important, well-written...the overall impact is shocking." (Tablet)
A very timely look at the most shameful media silence of our era: the murder, oppression and persecution of Christians around the worldSee all Product description
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Christians are oppressed in great numbers round the world, and yet this treatment is not reported as widely as it deserves. Rupert Shortt surveys incidents from China to Nigeria, Pakistan to Vietnam.
It is very welcome to read an account that does not suggest an inevitable war of ideologies between Islam and Christianity.
This book is all the more valuable for its sobriety, accuracy and reliance on interviews with first-hand witnesses. Try it and see.
The Baroness (Caroline) Cox