Gospel Belief Rises from Ashes of ISIS Tyranny, Many Turn to Christ

In the face of Islamic threats of instant death, many are turning to Christ in true belief and boldly proclaiming faith in Jesus. (ISIS video screen shot)

NBC News – Four years have passed since the Islamic State group’s fighters were run out of Kobani, a strategic city on the Syrian-Turkish border, but the militants’ violent and extreme interpretation of Islam has left some questioning their faith. A new (Christian) church is attracting converts.

It is the first local Christian place of worship for decades. “If ISIS represents Islam, I don’t want to be a Muslim anymore,” Farhad Jasim, 23, who attends the Church of the Brethren, told NBC News. “Their God is not my God.” . . .

Omar, 38, administrator for the church, says many people in Kobani have been open-minded about Christianity.

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