Another Nail in the Coffin of Religious Freedom on College Campuses

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The Los Angeles Times reports that the U.S. 9th Circuit Court of Appeals ruled in favor of San Diego State University in a lawsuit brought by two Christian student groups. They claimed that the university’s nondiscrimination policy for student groups violated their constitutional rights. But the court held in favor of the university, concluding that [Read More...]

Muslims in America: Some Fascinating Data

Muslims in America panel at the Newseum, Washington DC, July 28, 2011

A headline in yesterday’s New York Times reads: “Muslims are Loyal to U.S. and Hopeful, Poll Finds.” In this article, Laurie Goodstein reports on the results of a recent Gallup survey of 2,482 Americans, including 475 Muslims. You can find the whole Gallup report here. Some of the results of the survey are predictably discouraging. [Read More...]

John Stott: Not an Evangelical Blowhard according to the Times

Screenshot from the NY Times online, Sunday, July 31, 2011

John Stott gets a thumbs-up from the New York Times. Specifically, Pulitizer-prize winning op-ed columnist for the Times, Nicholas Kristof, gives the late John Stott his stamp of approval, his imprimatur, if you will. (To be accurate, this is the second time, to my knowledge, that the Times has approved of Stott. The first came [Read More...]

Uncommon Wisdom Concerning Anders Breivik (the Norwegian terrorist)

I’ve listened and read quite a bit of nonsense in response to the horrific actions of Anders Breivik and his apparent claim to be a Christian. Tim Dalrymple of Patheos has written a wise, sane column on the question: Was Anders Breivik Really a Christian? I commend it to you highly. Thanks, Tim. And if [Read More...]


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