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C. S. Lewis on Lending Money with Interest There is one bit of advice given to us by the ancient heathen Greeks, and by the Jews in the Old Testament, and by the great Christian teachers of the Middle Ages, … Continue reading
Jesus Deficit Disorder We feel a massive disconnect in the church today, and we believe that the major disease of today’s church is JDD: Jesus Deficit Disorder. The person of Jesus has become increasingly politically incorrect and is being replaced … Continue reading
Persons vs. Objects Man is the only true sacred creature in the eyes of the Lord We show reverence for “sacred” buildings Or reverence for the “sacred” laws and regulations Or reverence for “sacred” territory or land … Continue reading
The War on Christians: The Rising Genocide—Newsweek Powerfully Weighs In The grim news has been unrelenting. Every week I read stories on the persecuted church around the world. But most of us never hear these stories because they rarely make it … Continue reading
Tears of the Elderly In the Name of Jesus, we ask everybody to honor the elderly. Please gave them love, compassion and help. Do not leave them alone. Visit them in their senior homes. Also, please do not let your … Continue reading
The most dangerous change The most dangerous change that happened to Christianity was the creation of professional clergy. Faith became a job. Love became duty. Hope became future planing. And Jesus became a dictator hiding in the seventh heaven.
Living Like Children Many religious people think of life with God as a continuous test. As if we are required to pass certain exams to go to Heaven. Not at all. Heaven is for free. Everything God created for us … Continue reading
Heretics There is no doubt these days, in one form or another, that we are all heretics. We all sinners, and in need of the glory of the Lord. “For who has known the mind of the Lord, or who … Continue reading
Hallelujah by Leonard Cohen “Now I’ve heard there was a secret chord That David played, and it pleased the Lord But you don’t really care for music, do you? It goes like this The fourth, the fifth The minor fall, … Continue reading
The Rape of Christopher Stevens by Raymond Ibrahim By obsessing over the 14-minute YouTube Muhammad video and its maker, the mainstream media ultimately exonerates the inexcusable and murderous response of the Islamic world.
Egypt’s Endangered Christians This report finds that the religious freedom of Egypt’s 6 to 10 million (in 1999) strong Coptic Christian community, while generally able to practice its religion, is threatened in varying degrees by terrorism from extreme Islamic groups, … Continue reading
The Tip of the Iceberg of Christian Persecution by Raymond Ibrahim Two Christians living in the Islamic world under arrest and awaiting execution—the one charged with apostasy, the other with blasphemy—were just released.
The history of Islam in Europe And how it effects us to this day!!
Religious authorities: Kiss our hands and be humble! All Orthodox and Catholic Churches, including our Coptic Orthodox Church, have this priestly habit.
The True Church In our Coptic (Egyptian) Church, and many other churches in the middle east, we fight for permission to build churches (1).
Islamic Trojans: East & West By I B Barsoum To many people, Islam is a religion of peace. To others, Islam is a threat. To me and many other Copts Christians, Islam is the environment we grew up in. If … Continue reading
Egyptian Cleric Safwat Higazi: “Muslim Brotherhood Presidential Candidate Will Liberate Jerusalem”
Unholy Alliance: Obama Administration and Muslim Brotherhood If rumors were true that Obama aided Muslim Brotherhood (MB) with millions, or even billions, of dollars, it would be a disaster. Rumors also have it that Obama’s Administration is pushing for the … Continue reading
Christians in Egypt: accused and sentenced to extinction by Muslim Brotherhood by I B Barsoum The first preliminary presidential elections in Egypt have already ended. Copts (Egyptian Christians) were neutral during these elections and did not unite to support a specific … Continue reading
The Historical Reality of the Muslim Conquests by Raymond Ibrahim Jihad Watch March 1, 2012 Because it is now almost axiomatic for American school textbooks to whitewash all things Islamic (see here for example), it may be instructive to examine … Continue reading
Islamic ‘Death-Sex’ in Context Islamic Farewell Intercourse by Raymond Ibrahim FrontPage Magazine May 1, 2012 Aside from provoking shock, disgust, and denial, last week’s news of Egyptian parliamentarians trying to pass a “farewell intercourse” law legalizing sex with one’s … Continue reading
State Rep. Womick (R-TN) calls for purging military of Muslim Americans
Egypt: Nightmare at Tahrir square Egypt: UN human rights chief condemns brutality against protesters 19 December 2011 – The United Nations human rights chief today strongly condemned what she described as the “brutal suppression” of demonstrations by the military and … Continue reading
Slavery In Islam
Michael Coren with Robert Spencer: Double Standards, Honor Killings, and More