Public Enemy? Evangelical Christians Feel Unwelcome in Their Own Country
June 10, 2016
The Associated Press reports that even in strongly religious areas like western Kentucky, "conservative Christians feel under siege." The AP spoke with evangelical Christians in Benton, Kentucky.
These Christians say that for decades, they have been pushed to the edges of life in America and have been attacked for core beliefs -- an attack resulting from reading Scripture and their biblical commandment to evangelize.
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