Nazarene: A “Mark of Shame” Becomes a “Mark of Hope”

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Earlier this summer Mosul, Iraq – a city American soldiers liberated at great cost in blood and treasure – fell to the radical jihadists of ISIS, terrorists so extreme that even al Qaeda disaffiliated itself from their barbarism. And when Mosul fell, the jihadists did what jihadists do: implemented Shariah law and began ruthlessly persecuting Christians. [Read more...]

We Need More ‘Extremists’ Like Chris Kyle

Chris Kyle, arguably the greatest sniper in American history, was my son’s first real hero. [Read more...]

Elizabeth Scalia Versus Shaquille ONeal: A Giveaway of the New Book “Strange Gods”

What would happen if you could put Shaquille O’Neal in the same room as Elizabeth Scalia? [Read more...]

We Are Not the Same: Stop Minimizing the Role of Islam

Please allow me to come two days late to the party in applauding John Hinderaker’s outstanding response to efforts to minimize the role of Islam in the Boston bombings, to humanize the bombers in an effort to make them not so different from you and me. [Read more...]

Three Principles for Talking About Islam

Why do so many non-Muslims feel the need to opine so definitively on the nature (and virtue) of the Muslim faith? [Read more...]


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