Two weeks ago, I was interviewed by Pilgrim Radio about the conflict in Nagorno-Karabakh, between Azerbaijan and Armenia.
But the primary angle was Turkish repentance. Recently for Christianity Today, I wrote about a movement among Turkish Christians to apologize for the Armenian genocide.
To do so it was necessary to provide context, and also reflect on current events.
Since recording, the conflict ended with a decisive victory for Azerbaijan.
But the story is not yet over. Armenians are leaving their ancient land, as Russia and Turkey work out a new geopolitical arrangement.
Please click here to listen to the recording on Pilgrim Radio, a Christian network operating in the American northwest.
Otherwise, here is the direct link on Soundcloud:
This is the third time I have presented on their program. The first was on the growth of Christianity in the Arabian Peninsula. The second was on Coptic forgiveness of ISIS for the martyrs in Libya.
Thank you for your interest, and I hope you profit from the listening.
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