"Herbert Schlossberg reminds us that the cause of religious freedom remains an urgent one, even in the wake of communism's collapse. His call to the churches to defend the rights of believers, in and out of season, is, to use an often-debased word, prophetic."
George WeigelPresident, Ethics and Public Policy Center
"The author persuasively delves into the origins of persecution and how we ought to respond to it. Sobering, but full of inspiration and hope."
Kent R. HillExecutive Director, The Institute on Religion and Democracy
"The suffering Church worldwide is... very real but little known in the West. A Fragrance of Oppression is therefore most timely and necessary. I wholeheartedly commend this comprehensive and compassionate work."
Patrick SookhdeoExecutive Director, Servants' Fellowship International