Revolution in Egypt, Pt. 2

In 2011, Spring came early to Egypt. In an unexpectedly abrupt end to the standoff between dictatorship and democratic ambitions, the people of Egypt seem to have won a tremendous victory. So what comes next? And what does the new reality mean for the millions of Christians in a predominantly Muslim country? Norm's guest, Tom Bower, joins us for a second day to sort out the possibilities. With decades of experience in the country as an educator and missionary, he's uniquely qualified to show us the way.

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  • Sue Ellen Johnson

    Thanks Tom for opening our eyes to what is currently going on in Egypt in the aftermath of the protesters victory over the Mubarak regime. It is exciting to learn that Muslims and Christians are working together to bring about positive change. Our first trip to Egypt was led by Evangelicals for Middle East Understanding (EMEU) many years ago, and we had the privilege to meet many Coptic Christians (Orthodox, Presbyterian, Lutheran, and others). Sue Ellen Johnson

    Mar 8, 2011 at 3:30 pm