According to the Obama Administration, this is not genocide.
Mark MeltonDecember 14, 2015
Crouch’s book is a masterful and sorely needed correction regarding the nature and possibilities of power but it stops short precisely at that place where 21st-century American Christians are most perplexed with power: politics.
Bryan T. McGrawDecember 10, 2015
Far-left British Labor Party chief Jeremy Corbyn ignited controversy by quoting at a Labor Party Christmas soirée words from the late, longtime Communist dictator of Albania Enver Hoxha.
Mark TooleyDecember 9, 2015
Instead of reassuring the American people in a moment of crisis, the President’s languid and banal remarks were a scolding exercise in misdirection and meaninglessness
Joseph LoconteDecember 8, 2015
A Nation of men who have abdicated their responsibility to stand between women and the beasts is a nation that has already gone beastly
Marc LiVeccheDecember 7, 2015
At the intersection of Christianity and American foreign policy, trade matters as much as war
Gideon StraussDecember 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
Commentators have devoted lots of print comparing President Barack Obama to other presidents. But on foreign policy, let’s judge the president by placing his record against his own measuring stick.
Alan DowdNovember 30, 2015
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