There is ZERO evidence of life-and-death persecution in the US. None.
Please stop casting false aspersions.
but MOST gun violence cases have NOTHING to do with religion and everything to do with mental illness.
There could be a million reasons as to a shooter’s motive, none of which matter if you are the victim shot dead.
The fact remains that these mass shootings are occurring on a regular basis, and yes, churches in the U.S. are very much a target by radical elements of various strains.
The violence in the Middle East against Christians is very real and not to be discounted. And there are dozens of incidents in the U.S. and in Western Europe where Christians have been targeted by radical fringe elements. The Church is worldwide, not just in the U.S.
All I am saying is that a good dose of reality is in order. Perspective on this subject depends on where you live and to a certain degree on personal experience. Terrorists in my own local area have been caught specifically targeting mass shootings in churches - in the United States. To just ignore this fact and not take adequate steps at prevention is irresponsible.
Your statement is that Sutherland Springs was a result of Christians being targets.
I didn’t make that statement. You are clearly misreading the post.