I'm not going to post the interview, but share the link to it here.
Dr. Candida Moss, author of "The Myth of Persecution: How Early Christians Invented a Story of Martyrdom", explores the notion of Christian persecution from the very beginning of the religion to now, and the findings are very surprising.
What I've posted here is an interview by Danielle Tumminio with the author. Don't worry, though, both women claim to be women of faith, so this isn't a heartless trashing of Christianity - just an attempt at an honest look at what Christians have perceived as endless persecution, why they've felt this way, and what it means to their faith.
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