Meanwhile, Religious Media is reporting that three states in Malaysia have passed laws forbidding Muslims from converting to Christianity. According to pastors in the area, the penalty for a conversion could be death. The law is not enacted at the federal level, however, Malaysia government officials could easily put it into effect. In the meantime, church leaders are rushing to train and equip new leaders. They believe that if churches don’t catch the revival now, it could stop the progress of Christianity later.
Story number 2 for 6 Dec 2000
By davidvranishDecember 6, 2000
- Primary Language: Malay
- Primary Religion: Islam
- Evangelical: 4.3%