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Christianity Today also posted an editorial on international religious freedom.
The International Day of Prayer for the Persecuted Church (IDOP) is Sunday, November 8.
More information can be found on the organization's websites: Institute for Global Engagement, Christian Solidarity International, Christian Freedom International, Advocates International, International Christian Concern, Jubilee Campaign, World Evangelical Alliance–Religious Liberty Commission, Barnabas Fund, Voice of the Martyrs, and Open Doors.
Previous Christianity Today articles on IDOP and religious liberty advocates include:
Compassionate Bedfellow | Ten years ago, a Jewish leader shamed Christians into caring. (February 13, 2007)
Gordon-Conwell Grad Nominated to Complete Administration's Religious Liberty Team | Hanford pledges to bring a balanced approach and a passion for religious freedom. (September 1, 2001)
60,000 Churches Join Prayer Effort (October 5, 1998)
Last month, CT put the spotlight on church violence.
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