Terrorism, Race Riots and the World We Live In

Terrorism

This is a heartbreaking time that we live in. We live in a world where we can watch a black man killed by a police officer live on the internet. We live in a world […]

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Were the Paris Terrorists Syrian Refugees?

A number of people have expressed fear of allowing Syrian refugees into their countries as a result of the terrorist attack on Paris. Is this a logical fear? The assumption is that the welcoming of […]

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Christians, Anger and Refusing Refugees

I will confess that I am frustrated with the response of many to the recent terrorist attacks in Paris and elsewhere. Much of my interactions have been with Christians and so that is the audience […]

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How Should We Pray for Paris?

The world is in shock because of today’s terrorist attack on Paris. Our thoughts are with those who were injured or lost loved ones. I was pleased to see on social media calls to pray for […]

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Was Andrew Lubitz a Muslim?

Apologetics and Theology

One of the most heartbreaking stories in recent days is the deliberate crashing of Germanwings Flight 4U9525 by its co-pilot, Andrew Lubitz. Authorities have done much work to reconstruct what took place when Lubitz took […]

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Terrorism, Muslims and Christians

Apologetics and Theology

This is a difficult time in our world with terrorist attacks taking place in many countries. These terrorist attacks are being undertaken by those who identify as Muslims. This is fuelling a very strong anti-Muslim […]

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The Danger of Blaming Muslims

With the recent bombing at the Boston marathon and the revelation of the identity of those involved as Muslim, there is a danger.  I have already seen a number of Christians on social media claim […]

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God and the Boston Tragedy

Any Christian response to the terrible bomb attack at the Boston marathon must begin with compassion and not pious platitudes.  We must pray for those who are  injured and those who have lost loved ones. […]

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