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January 28, 2021 Commented Hi Mohammed, I think those are valuable insights. Thank you for leaving a comment!
May 9, 2020 Commented Hi Curtis, Thanks for commenting here. My apologies for taking so long to notice and reply! You ask a good question. The answer is that the Bible doesn't actually say that. Being his "hands and feet" is a nice metaphor but it doesn't come from the Bible. You might be interested in this post, which goes into much more detail: http://www.onefaithonechurch.com/we-are-his-hands-and-feet-because-we-are-the-body-of-christ-oops-mixed-metaphors/
March 29, 2019 Commented This is a fair comment. Thank you. Indonesia is a country with millions of people, and different experiences in different places. Actually this article is really about Christians in the West, who think they are being "persecuted" when someone just doesn't want to hear about Christian ideas. There are Christians who really are persecuted - some are in Indonesia, some in India, some in the Middle East, and so on, but in all those places there are also peaceful areas. Thank you for reminding us that we can, and should, all live as good neighbours.
January 21, 2019 Commented Hi Bart, Thank you! I have now corrected that. Nice catch.
December 8, 2018 Commented Hi Lynda, I'm afraid I don't think I can help much with this question. ANZAC Cove in Gallipoli is a bit of a drive from any towns. I'm not sure if there are any churches around, for example on the other side of the peninsula, but there are not many churches at all in Turkey. The country is almost all Muslim, so there are Mosques everywhere, but churches are pretty rare. I hope that's helpful. Kind regards, Kevin
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