There is no law in the land where I live, compelling me to [be a Christian].

There is no law in the land where I live, compelling me to [be a Christian]. But in your land, if I chose to disbelieve [Islam], I have to stand before a tribunal of justices and explain it. How can I withstand such intimidation and be honest and not pay for it at the same time?

July 3, 2003 | By - The Washington Times | Original Source: washingtontimes.com Ravi Zacharias, "Christian worldview"

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