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Persecution is the act of harassing or oppressing a person or a group of people, especially because of their identity. Throughout history, people have faced persecution because of their religion, race, ethnicity, political beliefs, sexual orientation, and many other factors.Why are Christians persecuted?
Updated September 03, 2018 Persecution is the act of harassing, oppressing, or killing people because of their difference from society. Christians are persecuted because their belief in Jesus Christ as Savior does not conform to the godlessness of a sinful world. What Is Persecution in the Bible?What is the history of religious persecution?
Religious persecution has occurred in different historical, geographical and social contexts since at least antiquity. Until the 18th century, some groups were nearly universally persecuted for their religious views, such as atheists, Jews and Zoroastrians.Are political actions counted as religious persecution?
There is no means by which it is possible to definitively answer this question as there is no single established standard applying to all religions equally. Generally all political actions are excluded from being counted as religious persecution.