Based upon his findings in a recent opinion poll, Shibley Telhami attempts to explain why evangelicals are more likely to support Israel intensely.
Mark MeltonDecember 11, 2015
Nothing could demonstrate a new direction in American Mideast policy better than for the next administration to recognize Jerusalem as the capital of Israel and move our embassy there overnight.
Robert MorrisonDecember 9, 2015
From the Print Edition: a bold vision for moving toward peace
Robert NicholsonDecember 4, 2015
Donald Trump’s comments about going after terrorists’ families are immoral and point to common misconceptions about the ethics of war
Keith PavlischekDecember 3, 2015
The U.S. must name Christians in a genocide declaration in order to protect the innocent, to undermine ISIS’ ability to project strength through terror, and to weaken its global recruiting efforts.
J.J. DanielsDecember 1, 2015
What you believe is inexorably linked to how you behave. The United States must understand and live out what it believes if it is to defeat the Islamic State.
David SheddNovember 27, 2015
Mercy need not run roughshod over prudence
Marc LiVeccheNovember 23, 2015
The current controversy over admitting Syrian refugees into the country raises some very challenging questions for Evangelical Christians.
A.J. NolteNovember 21, 2015
Given that Obama’s strategy is incoherent and will not work at achieving a specific goal, whether that goal is stopping ISIS or removing Assad, American voters should consider the three alternative options proposed at Brookings on November 16.
Mark MeltonNovember 18, 2015
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