Spring/Summer 2019 issue

 

Symposium: Light Up The Darkness- Foreign Policy and Christian Missions

From Missionary Kid to Global Bridge Builder by Joshua Walker

The Religious Sources of Russian Conflict by Matt Gobush

Preachers and Spooks by Ben Palka

The American Missions in Korea by Robert Kim

The Role of Morality in International Politics by Mark Amstutz

Essays

Asia Bibi and America by Mark Tooley

Christian Missions: Divine Calling or Cause for Concern? by Drew Griffin

What did Western Civilization Ever Do for Us? by Daniel Strand

Authoritarians Won’t Save the Middle East’s Religious Minorities by Shadi Hamid

A Path to Submission: Michel Houellebecq, Sex and History by Micah Meadowcroft

The Assyrian Mind by Peter Burns

Book Reviews

The Bookcase

Articles in this issue

Authoritarians Won't Save the Middle East's Religious Minorities
Authoritarians Won’t Save the Middle East’s Religious Minorities

In every major Muslim country, governments use, abuse, and instrumentalize religion, but they don’t merely use it; they feature it…