How does the Archbishop respond to this escalation of martyrdom?
On this Good Friday we gather in our churches across Kenya in the shadow of a great and terrible evil. People who deal in death have slaughtered 147 people in Garissa, most of them students, and brought wrenching anguish to their families and a deep sadness to our nation.
These young people died because they were Christians. This attack was a calculated manifestation of evil designed to destroy our nation and our faith….
The writer is referring to Anglican Archbishop of Kenya.
Christianity has seen too many martyrs in the last century. First, it was the Communists, now it’s Islamic fanatics.