KUALA LUMPUR — Beneath windows framed with forest-green wreaths studded
with red and gold baubles, worshipers at St. Mary’s Anglican Cathedral,
one of the oldest churches in
knelt and clasped their hands in prayer. As part of the Advent service,
they celebrated a baptism and sang their way through a series of hymns
including “Child in the Manger.”
But their voices masked the unease many Christians in Malaysia are feeling this season, following accusations that they are trying to “Christianize” this Muslim-majority country by converting Muslims, which is illegal.
Read the complete story(Some news sites require registration)