The Coptic Martyr of Cairo
The latest international thriller from best-selling author Martin Roth
Four Americans in Egypt on an archaeological dig. In the blistering summer heat they are fighting amongst themselves. Then they unearth a body. It is an old priest who has been murdered.
The gruesome discovery sets in train a sequence of events that leads to a deadly Islamist attack on the ancient church where the Americans are working.
The leader of the expedition, Professor Rafa Harel, must decide whether to withdraw his fractious team or continue on a mission to unveil a controversial series of wall paintings, knowing that these images have the power to spark even greater violence.
Meanwhile, watching over all of them is a dreamy young Egyptian Christian named Amir. His only quest in life is to become a martyr...
My wife is Korean, and I am fascinated by the boom in Christianity in South Korea. Already, Koreans are moving into leadership positions in the church worldwide, a trend I hope will accelerate.
When Will President Bush Liberate North Korea?
Or should Christians have more faith in God?
January 8th, 2004
The Pentecostal Shaman
Can we tease apart religion and culture?
November 3rd, 2003
Fourteen Ideas to Inspire
Chosun Journal provides these inspiring quotes.
October 14th, 2003
North Korea – Much to Pray For
More resources for your church.
June 14th, 2003
Praying for North Korea – Online Resources for Your Church
Helping your church get involved.
June 10th, 2003
Christians and the Shaman
A Korean shaman with a surprising message.
February 28th, 2003
Saints in Waiting – the Christian Martyrs of North Korea
Christianity could boom in North Korea in a way that will dwarf its spectacular growth in the South.
October 25th, 2002
Best Christian Websites – Chosun Journal and Righteous Violence
The Drudge Report meets the Gulag Archipelago. That’s how the Chosun Journal website describes itself. It is appropriate. For the Chosun Journal is devoted to the continuing online exposure of the horrors of the brutal North Korean regime.
October 22nd, 2002
Soldiers for God – Evangelising a Nation through the Military
General Pil-Sup Lee, formerly chairman of the South Korean Joint Chiefs of Staff, not only believes that Christians can make a difference in the military. He is showing how it can be done. And more - he believes that through the military the entire nation can be evangelised.
September 17th, 2002
The Koreans are Coming, The Koreans are Coming
Koreans are moving into leadership roles in international Christian bodies. Welcome.
August 20th, 2002
Korea’s Dynamic Christianity – Reflections on an Explosive Revival
Christianity continues to grow in South Korea, as it stagnates in much of the West.
August 13th, 2002
ABC - Going to the Dogs
Dog meat, pet care, TV documentaries and life in South Korea. A posting that drew a big reader response.
May 8th, 2002
Society and Culture
Christians and War
Southern Gospel Beat
Around the World
Christian Real Estate
Living Like Jesus
Church Life, Christian Life
Praying the Psalms