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An edition of After Saturday Comes Sunday (2016)

After Saturday Comes Sunday

Understanding the Christian Crisis in the Middle East

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This edition published in by Resource Publications in Eugene, Oregon, USA.

Written in English

298 pages

The post-Christian West is in decline, revived Islam is on the rise, and Mesopotamia (Syria-Iraq), the cradle of civilization, has become ground zero in a battle for civilization. Despised as infidels (unbelievers) and kafir (unclean), Mesopotamia's indigenous Christian peoples are targeted by fundamentalist Muslims and jihadists for subjugation, exploitation, and elimination. Pushed deep into the fog of war, buried under a mountain of propaganda, and rendered invisible by a shroud of silence, they are betrayed and abandoned by the West's ""progressive"" political, academic, and media elites who cling to utopian fantasies about Islam while nurturing deep-seated hostility towards Christianity. If they are to survive as a people in their historic homeland, the Christians of Mesopotamia will need all the help they can get. If Western civilization is to survive as a force in its historic heartland (Europe), then we had better start seeing, hearing, and believing the Christians of the Middle East, for their plight prefigures our own.

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After Saturday Comes Sunday: Understanding the Christian Crisis in the Middle East
June 8, 2016, Resource Publications
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The post-Christian West is in decline, revived Islam is on the rise, and Mesopotamia (Syria-Iraq), the cradle of civilization, has become ground zero in a battle for civilization. Despised as infidels (unbelievers) and kafir (unclean), Mesopotamia's indigenous Christian peoples are targeted by fundamentalist Muslims and jihadists for subjugation, exploitation, and elimination. Pushed deep into the fog of war, buried under a mountain of propaganda, and rendered invisible by a shroud of silence, they are betrayed and abandoned by the West's ""progressive"" political, academic, and media elites who cling to utopian fantasies about Islam while nurturing deep-seated hostility towards Christianity. If they are to survive as a people in their historic homeland, the Christians of Mesopotamia will need all the help they can get. If Western civilization is to survive as a force in its historic heartland (Europe), then we had better start seeing, hearing, and believing the Christians of the Middle East, for their plight prefigures our own.

Table of Contents

Acknowledgements
Abbreviations
Introduction
1 "After Saturday Comes Sunday" (first the Jews, then the Christians)
2 The Sunni-Shia Divide
3 "Hasten to Success"
4 Islamic Revival, 1979
5 The Shia Crescent
6 The "Arab Spring"
7 Myth Busting the Syrian Crisis
8 The Evolution of a War
9 The Return of the Caliphate
10 "A Message Signed in Blood to the Nation of the Cross"
11 A House Divided
12 "After Saturday Comes Sunday" for the Nation of the Cross
Appendix 1 Christian Solidarity: The Sound of Silence
Appendix 2 God's Human Instruments: Just Do It!
Bibliography

The Physical Object

Format
Paperback
Number of pages
298
Dimensions
9 x 6 x 0.7 inches
Weight
1.1 pounds

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OL26192048M
ISBN 13
978-1498239882

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