Dr. Stephen Gill have questions for Christians of Pakistan origin on apostasy of Yousaf Yohana.


1. Did they pray to God, so that Yousaf Yahona could be selected to the cricket team? 2. According to reports, Christians used to pray for his success in the team. Is it not an insult to his personal talent, his personal efforts and his own prayers?

3. If the prayers of Christians of Pakistan had been so forceful, then why do they not pray now for Yousaf Yohana to come back? 4. How was he received by Christian community when he was selected for the cricket team? Was he recognized in formal ways by the community? What are the names of the awards and recognitions that he has received for the credit he brought to the community and his country? 5. Is Christian community doing anything to welcome other heroes and heroines of the community? 6. I read a letter in Pakistan Christian Post to request readers to send him money, so that he could recognize heroes and heroines in the community. It seems he forgot to leave even his address and telephone number. He wants to fly with borrowed feathers. Is it possible to be able to fly this way? Is it not true that this story is that of Pakistan's Christian community in a microcosm, may be even of the majority class?

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