Thursday, January 27, 2011

In Taliban Country, there must be many without "sin" . . . Ghastly BBC video

As you watch this video, courtesy of the BBC report, be prepared to get angry. If you don't, then I don't know what will make you angry for a good cause. Especially at the end of the video, those of you who have a knowledge of some of the New Testament stories -- "let him who is without sin, cast the first stone" -- will see some resemblance to what happened here. Clearly, there were many present who felt they were without sin.

You should also be caused to think about why allies are in Afghanistan. Can we make a difference? Should we try? These are difficult questions.

Then there is the issue of religion and how the Taliban interpret it. Listen carefully for those remarks.

I don't know about you, but as I watch, I am more resolved than ever to share the true hope and love of Jesus Christ to individuals that God brings my way. You may just be one of them. Take a look at this rare footage, but be ware -- there are some very disturbing scenes.

BBC News - Afghan police pledge justice for Taliban stoning


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