I knew Hamilton existed, but very little beyond this. My editor’s linking to ‘unimaginable‘ may have helped the article go viral.
It was already a compelling story. Forgiveness offered by the widow of the Coptic doorman who save the lives of dozens, intervening against a suicide bomber.
It was a morbid type of fun to watch the article circulate online. I was very glad to tell the story. But so very sad there is a story to tell.
So it is a similar feeling being interviewed about it. Pilgrim Radio is a Christian network in the northwest United States, and they asked me to share with their listeners. If you like, here is the 27 minute program.
And here is the original article at Christianity Today, if you’d like to refresh your memory before listening.
I was interviewed by Pilgrim Radio once before, on the churches and Christians of the Arabian Peninsula.
Thanks for following along. Just remember to aim for more than appreciating the Coptic example. To the best of your ability, with God’s help, imitate. It can now be imagined.
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