Peacemakers are not peacekeepers
Marc LiVeccheJuly 12, 2017
America has been a force for extraordinary good in the world. Is it possible her origins are more morally complex than generally imagined?
Marc LiVeccheJuly 4, 2017
Christopher Plummer began his cinematic career in The Sound of Music as an imperious anti-Nazi Austrian captain who goes into…
Mark TooleyJuly 4, 2017
This article about the viewpoints of Christians & the Church in response to World War II was originally published in Christianity & Crisis on June 15, 1942.
Christianity & Crisis MagazineJune 30, 2017
At the Battle of Monmouth, she took over for a fallen soldier and worked a cannon against the enemy. She attracted the attention of George Washington–and a nation forever grateful.
Marc LiVeccheJune 30, 2017
Islamic State drove them out of their villages and abused them for their faith in Jesus, but some Christians are returning to places like Queregosh and replacing the crosses ISIS destroyed.
Charmaine HeddingJune 19, 2017
There are several famous sardonic quotes about Germany’s role in the world. One is Churchill’s 1943 remark after Germany surrendered in North Africa: “The Hun is always either at your throat or your feet.”
Mark TooleyJune 8, 2017
50 years ago, Israel reunited Jerusalem and laid the groundwork for the possibility of peace
Marc LiVeccheJune 7, 2017
No historical movie is historically accurate, as movies are always mainly about entertainment not instruction. Some biopics depart from truthful…
Mark TooleyJune 3, 2017
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