Does Grace Have Limits?

Q

I’ve just read your articles and have learned many new spiritual insights.

I grew up in a Muslim country and have seen much injustice, but the Christians in the West that I know don’t seem to care about those who are not believers.

As a born again Christian, how should we respond to human rights violations against non-Christians? Are we to only take care of those who believe as we do?

A

I believe that Christians should be concerned about human rights wherever and whenever they’re violated. I say this because I think that’s the way God feels. Jesus certainly didn’t discriminate between Jews and Gentiles, nor between believers and unbelievers. He always showed compassion toward the oppressed, whatever their state.