Story number 5 for 2 Nov 2001

By November 2, 2001

(Asia)–And finally, hard-line opposition to the Gospel is softening in Central Asia since September 11th. Case in point – the countries of Kazakstan and Kyrgyzstan announced they have delayed ratifying new laws that would proclaim Islam and Orthodoxy the national religions. According to the Bible League, the President of Kazakstan has ordered a special commission to read and study the Bible and report back to him. Officials say Central Asia is at a crossroads. Pray that many will turn to Christ.

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