Deceiving and Being Deceived

In the event you haven’t noticed, the world is a dangerous place. It is a time for clear thinking and forthright truth telling, yet deceit and obfuscation seem to be the order of the day. This week, we have witnessed the Great Snowflake Meltdown on college campuses. These obviously oppressed students seem to be operating on the idea that they have a right to be protected from being offended, even to the point that none … Continue reading

WWMD (What Would Muhammad Do?)

The first time I met and spent any real time talking with a Muslim was in 1993. I was at the centennial celebration of The Parliament of the World’s Religions . Joy and I were two of about a dozen evangelicals at the event which had somewhere around 6,000 participants from nearly every imaginable (and some unimaginable) religious group, from well established world religions to cults. Sometimes it was fun to just stand by and … Continue reading

Obama, ISIS, Christianity, Comment and Question

Conservatives and Evangelicals nearly lost their minds when, on February 5 at the National Prayer Breakfast, Barack Obama drew a moral equivalency between the ISIS beheadings and burnings of those ISIS captures with the Crusades, Inquisition, Jim Crow laws, etc. Hmmm. On the same day we had a response to our blog Is ISIS Islamic? which opined: Is your site always full of mindless drivel or just on days that end in “y”? The problem … Continue reading

Weapons of Mass Marketing

How is it that ISIS seems to be so effective at recruiting young people to join their cause? We are hearing more and more of youth who leave or plan to leave their homes and families in the United States and travel to join ISIS in the holy war. One of the more recent cases to make the news is 19 year old Mohammed Hamzah Khan from Bolingbrook, IL who, according to the CNN report … Continue reading