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Muslim Equality Manifesto

Equality Manifesto Ignores Islamic Threats

January 8, 2016

Various religious leaders and scholars recently condemned public figures’ “highly offensive remarks” concerning Muslims that supposedly “would deny the foundation of the constitution”.

Christmas Lights

Rethinking Christmas Lights, Part Two

December 23, 2015

How could liking pretty Christmas lights lead to apostasy? It’s What Lies Beneath that’s the problem!

Cross and Muslim

Conservative Christians for Sharia?

December 3, 2015

Just as it is unacceptable for conservative Christians to recklessly paint every liberal Christian as a theocratic communist, it is improper for liberal Christians to charge their conservative brethren with harboring Islamic theocratic ambitions merely because they stand up for Biblical admonitions on human sexuality.

Ecumenical Jihad

Unfaithful Muslim Culture War Allies

November 2, 2015

How realistic is a call to Christians, Jews, and Muslims to unite together against secular humanism, materialism, and immorality?

Religious Liberty Director Faith McDonnell speaking at the Prayer Vigil (Photo credit: Jeff Walton)

How Long Will You Waver?

September 23, 2015

Don’t let it be said that in this time, in this situation, for the persecuted religious minorities in the Middle East, we, the people, said NOTHING.

Just one of many burned churches in northern and central Nigeria (Photo credit: Sharia Unveiled)

“This May Be Our Last Communion”

August 13, 2015

“You taught us that Jesus is worthy dying for,” the Nigerian Christians told their pastor. “This may be our last Communion. We will take it and die.”

South Sudanese pastors Yat and Yen at their trial in Khartoum.

Snookered by Sudan (When Being Innocent as a Dove is Not Enough)

June 8, 2015

The sad truth is that statements that create doubt about Sudan’s persecution and genocide – and about the regime that perpetrates it – give the U.S. government and the world community one more excuse to not act to stop it.

Rev. Yat Michael Ruot, now in a Khartoum prison (Photo: Fox News)

Pastors from South Sudan on Trial for Their Lives in Khartoum

May 29, 2015

There must be an outcry that signals to Khartoum that fellow Christians and other concerned citizens are aware of the egregious persecution of the Revs Yat Michael Ruot and Peter Yen Reith, considered Sudan’s “marginalized people” – marginalized for both their Christian faith and their African ethnicity.

Muslims in Peshawar, Pakistan rally in solidarity with Charlie Hebdo murderer jihadists (Photo credit: EPA)

Shocking Killings In France Raises Question About Islamic Blasphemy Laws

January 14, 2015

Without a strong conviction on the rightness of true freedom, the United States cannot successfully assist freedom-lovers around the world, and is in danger of losing that freedom itself.

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Christmas and “The Least Common Denominator Jesus”

December 18, 2014

Christians from a Muslim background do not look for fake similarities between Jesus and Isa, in hopes of appeasing those who oppose Christ’s Sonship.

Freedom Memorial at Checkpoint Charlie Museum, Berlin (Photo credit: Johann H. Addicks - de.wikipedia.org: 03:33, 21. Mär. 2006, free use)

The Berlin Wall and the Hunger for Freedom: Then and Now

November 9, 2014

We should follow in the footsteps of Eastern Europeans, or someday there will be a memorial to America: “We just didn’t want Freedom enough.”

Former Lost Boys at IRD's Sudan Vigil 2002 w/  then U.S. Rep. Dave Weldon. (Photo: Steve Rempe)

The Good Lie: Honoring the Journey of South Sudan’s Lost Boys

October 30, 2014

Have you seen “The Good Lie” yet? Don’t miss seeing this wonderful story of Sudan’s Lost Boys. And don’t miss an opportunity to encourage Hollywood to make more movies with great values and messages.