Tag Archive: Islam

The afterlife as seen from the beforedeath

I have such mixed feelings about the current refugee issue, as I’m sure many do. Even before this latest crisis, as we in the U.S. have struggled with and debated the competing values… Continue reading

Disregard for truth leaves us weak and vulnerable

I have a simple solution to the problem of Islamic terrorists…actually of any kind of terrorist. Simple, but not easy. Yet it is a lasting solution, and considering what’s at stake, well worth… Continue reading

Our future environmental climate is less important than the future religious one

Prognostication is an uncertain business. When screenwriter Bob Gale and others involved in producing the Back to the Future trilogy depicted 2015 in Part 2, they came pretty close with a lot of… Continue reading

The lake of fire

Fourteen years ago today hundreds of people perished in agonizing flames because of the evil intents of murderous men devoted to Islam. A lake of fire…I imagine that’s what it felt like. That… Continue reading

There will be justice

As we hear of innocent children being beheaded, their mothers raped, their fathers slaughtered mercilessly, we may question the whereabouts of this almighty, loving God Christians talk about. Is his arm too short… Continue reading

It’s (past) time to have a national conversation about faith, truth, and eternity

I want to talk about Islam. I acknowledge but don’t want to discuss the presence in this country and others of peaceful, law-abiding Muslims. They do exist, I know. But the more important… Continue reading