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Ex-Muslim Loses Baptism Lawsuit Against Church

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First Presbyterian Church of Tulsa

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by Sarah Eekhoff Zylstra, Christianity Today

It’s the stuff of Sherlock Holmes. Or of church nightmares.

After a Syrian Muslim man converted to Christianity, he asked to be baptized by First Presbyterian Church in Tulsa. The pastor agreed, and on December 30, 2012, the man was baptized in front of the PC(USA) congregation.

The man, whose identity remains anonymous for security purposes, said the church promised to keep his baptism quiet, since shari‘ah law demands that converts from Islam be executed.

He flew to Syria almost immediately after his baptism in order to marry his fiancée. A few weeks later, while still in Syria, he was kidnapped by Islamist extremists—including his uncle and his cousin—who said they learned about his conversion from the church’s website, he said.

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