Monthly Archives: August 2010

Witness Protection Program

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Read an comment on my blog. I don’t think of myself as a strong witness for Christ. When I’m among people who are likely unbelievers, I tend to play it safe when the topic turns to religion. There are a … Continue reading

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More on Cordoba House and Religious Freedom

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Read and comment on my blog. Here is Newt Gingrich’s take on the Cordoba House, and here is a medieval historian’s response. The idea of reciprocity sounds great. Muslims can worship freely in America if and only if Christians can … Continue reading

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How Much Help Does Truth Need?

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Read and update on my blog. Why is there such an uproar over the so-called ground-zero mosque? I admit, when the issue was first brought to my attention about six weeks ago, I dismissed it. I thought no one would … Continue reading

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