"Somebody, a long time ago, did it for all of us," he added in a clear reference to Jesus.I'm sure the meta will have a lot to say about this. I'll try to be back around later today to take my licks.
Rahman also told the Italian newspaper that his family — including his ex-wife and teenage daughters — reported him to the authorities three weeks ago.
He said he made his choice to become a Christian "in small steps," after he left Afghanistan 16 years ago. He moved to Pakistan, then Germany. He tried to get a visa in Belgium.
"In Peshawar I worked for a humanitarian organization. They were Catholics," Rahman said. "I started talking to them about religion, I read the Bible, it opened my heart and my mind."
For the record, we're not done with Limited Atonement in the John 3.