Christians need to be less vulnerable and more discerning before passing any news on.
Just simply forwarding sensational news or incorrect information often brings negative results.
A number of hoaxes and false news reports surface regularly in the Christian media and social networks.
Examples of these include
• Emails with photographs of Muslims praying in Madison Ave, New York
• SMS messages reporting that 22 Christian families were abducted in Afghanistan
• Emails with a picture of a young boy being punished by having his armed crushed by a truck
• Reports of Christians who were burnt to death in Nigeria
All of these reports are either half truths or full lies.
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