CAIRO – A UK bishop urged Christians to learn coexistence from the Muslim minority in British cities where a rich diversity of immigrant communities that exceeds the number of Christian exist, the Daily Telegraph reported on Tuesday, July 12.
“This is a fantastic opportunity,” Rt Rev Nick Baines, the Bishop of Bradford told the General Synod, the Church of England’s national assembly, in York.
Rev Baines said some parishes in his diocese were 95% Muslim but that this should not be seen as “a problem”.
Indeed. Under those circumstances, what it means to be a Christian is to be dhimmi: a supine, submissive, humbled and humiliated Christian or Jew.
“It is a challenge, yes, but it’s an opportunity to rethink what it means to be a Christian community,” he said...
But back to the Bish's advice. Surely he's heard of that deadly Shia-Sunni divide and/or how Muslims persecute other Muslims whom they consider to be heretical.