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Monthly Archives: January 2012
Moral values in Islam: adultery and theft Part of our understanding of any religion is how this religion affects our moral values. In Islam, I was surprised of how Mohammad’s teaching would enhance immorality: Sahih Bukhari, Book 23: Volume 2, … Continue reading
Is Islam a Religion of Peace ? (part 2) In a previous article I wrote about the how peaceful or militant was the Quran as the first authentic source of Islam? In this article I will examine the claim that … Continue reading
Early Church Fathers on Genesis* By John Tobin One of the most common claims some Christians who believe in young earth use when arguing Biblically for their view point is that young earth was the “original” viewpoint of the … Continue reading
The Birth of Christ, and the New Birth of Man By St. Irenaeus How shall man pass into God, unless God has first passed into man?
Jesus, Christmas, and the Arab Spring Botrus Mansour A Letter from Nazareth Arab Christians approach Christmas this year with feelings of intense fear just like the shepherds were as the angel appeared to them 2000 years ago.
Muslim Persecution of Christians: December, 2011 “Saying Merry Christmas Is Worse than Killing Someone”
Muslim Persecution of Christians: December, 2011 “Saying Merry Christmas Is Worse than Killing Someone” by Raymond Ibrahim The Nigerian church bombings, in which the Islamic group Boko Haram [“Western Education Is Forbidden”] killed over 40 people celebrating Christmas mass, is … Continue reading