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Rise of ISIS

Rise of ISIS

A Threat We Can't Ignore

by Jay Sekulow
With: Jordan Sekulow, Robert W. Ash and David French

A must-have for anyone who wants to better understand the conflict that exists in the middle east, this well-researched volume is invaluable in revealing how this new brand of terrorism poses a very real threat to Americans and the world at large.

Watch our Patheos LIVE CHAT with author David French and guests Dr. Keith Pavlischek and Edwin Woodruff Tait on the Rise of ISIS here.

About the Book and Author

About the Book and Author

Jay Sekulow

One of America's most influential attorneys examines the rise of the terrorist groups ISIS and Hamas and explains how their existence, if left undefeated, could unleash a genocide of historic proportions.

Read an Excerpt

Read an Excerpt

Jay Sekulow

Through ISIS and Hamas, Christians and Jews face a wave of persecution and violence that is, quite simply, genocidal in scope and intent. But the situation — while grave — is not hopeless.

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An Important Counter-point

An Important Counter-point

Rebecca Hamilton

Sekulow has written a small, much-needed counter-point to the suicidal political correctness that infects almost all public discussion about the threat of ISIS and militant Islam.

Is Now the Time for Men of Goodwill to Intervene? A Catholic Perspective

Is Now the Time for Men of Goodwill to Intervene? A Catholic Perspective

Jennifer Fitz

For Catholics, there is a higher authority we need to consider. How do the facts align with what we know about just warfare and the blessedness of peacemaking?

The Rise of ISIS and the Immoral Equivalency of War

The Rise of ISIS and the Immoral Equivalency of War

Suzanne Ross

Unfortunately, when Sekulow cites the torture and death of civilians as a reason to destroy ISIS, he inadvertently condemns the U.S. and Israel as well.

Alternatives in Opposition

Alternatives in Opposition

John W. Morehead

As I hope to demonstrate, there is room for reasoned and principled political and theological disagreement with Sekulow and his fellow authors from a conservative perspective.

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