A young protester here faced a moral dilemma: As a Christian, he felt violence was wrong. He also felt a duty to fight back against an oppressive government. "Can I throw bricks?" he asked Pastor Daniel Chan.
The protests in Hong Kong are entering their 20th consecutive weekend, and millions have peacefully taken to the streets to defend the city's legal autonomy. Police have responded violently, and a small but growing number of protesters are convinced that peaceful dissent won't deliver results. Hong Kong's pastors are in the spiritual trenches of this increasingly bloody fight.