Wissam Nasrallah

March 25, 2020

Christianity in the Time of Coronavirus

by Wissam Nasrallah One thing spreading faster than the coronavirus is fear: the fear of the unknown, fear of not being in control, fear of losing our livelihoods, and fear of becoming a social pariah for contracting the virus or simply sneezing[1]. But most of all, we fear death.
December 5, 2019

“This is What They Want You to Believe”

A story about hummus and conspiracy theories by Wissam Nasrallah Conspiracy theories have become the ‘hummus’ of Lebanese political discourse. You cannot engage in any conversation about what is happening around us without having to dip your bread in it. Like ‘hummus’, all strata of Lebanese society enjoy conspiracy theories–young […]
June 27, 2019

Grateful for our Forefathers…and the Mission Continues!

by Wissam Nasrallah This blog post was initially posted in LSESD’s June newsletter under the title Grateful for our Forefathers. A missional reflection was added as a Post Scriptum at the end of the article for the purpose of this blog.
January 10, 2019

A Shia Christmas and the Incarnate Word of God

by Wissam Nasrallah After an overdose of podcasts, I turned on the radio in the hope of finding something “light” to listen to, as I was desperately trying to make my way through the organized anarchy of traffic in Beirut.