Paris. San Bernardino. Brussels. Lahore. Attacks by Islamic terrorists are becoming so common, it’s hard to keep them straight. And these are just the ones that catch the attention of the Western world. Scores of people are being killed by ISIS and Boko Haram in Africa and the Middle East, though their deaths don’t make […]
The Pope and Muhammad: Jesus and the Fearless Christian Response (John 15-16)
Preacher: Pastor Ray Choi Jesus was hated by the world and we, as His disciples, should expect the same.
John Piper: The Mocking of Muhammad and Condemning of Christ
by David Mathis | September 14, 2012 Jesus’s uniqueness and beauty is on display if his followers respond with grace when he is reviled. When adherents of Islam counter the mocking of their central figure with outrage and violence, they provide “another vivid depiction of the difference between Muhammad and Christ, and what it means to follow each,” […]
Is it morally right to celebrate Bin Laden's death?
Written by John Blake, CNN (CNN) – Festive crowds gathered to cheer his assassination. One newspaper headline eulogy read, “Rot in Hell.” Televised chants echoed: “U.S.A.! U.S.A!” Americans spilled into the streets for spontaneous celebrations after news spread that Osama bin Laden, the al Qaeda leader behind the 9/11 terrorist attacks, had been assassinated. Yet […]