The problem with being a Christian: Conversation with a Saudi student
“No,” I said.
I’m always a teacher in class. “What do you think?”
“This bad.” He frowned with his lower lip.
I smiled. “Why?”
“You go to church? Every Sunday?”
“Yes,” I said, “but not here. It is… illegal here.”
His turn to nod. He knew.
“Muslim every day,” he said. “Go to Mosque every day. This good. Christian once a week.” He shook his head. “This not good. This… this very bad.”
I’ve got a long way to go, but I’m happy he sees the problem, can articulate it, and throws in some frequency vocab in the process.