The Edmiston Center focuses on Christian endurance in the midst of competing cultural narratives. Mrs. K. A. Ellis, its director, joined Dr. Keith Plummer to talk about how she came to Christ and the people and things God used to form her heart for Christians experiencing persecution around the world. What different forms does persecution take and despite these differences, what commonalities underlie them? What can Christians in the West learn from how Christians around the world and across time have persevered in the face of severe opposition? How can American Christians conquer cultural anxiety? Karen answers these questions as well as whether American Christians are being persecuted. She and Dr. Plummer also discuss what led her to “jump ship” from Twitter.
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