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Rethinking Trouble

by Bryant Evans on September 15, 2012

I’d like to point you to an article I saw this morning from Forthright Press. It concerns the trouble in the Middle East and, I think, puts an interesting perspective on the religious clashes now taking place. Author Michael Brooks is a Christian who writes from Bangladesh which is not particularly friendly to religious diversity. […]

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Was Jesus A Muslim?

by Bryant Evans on April 13, 2011

“Was Jesus A Muslim?” is the topic of a discussion sponsored by the Muslim Student Association at the University of South Alabama in Mobile. The meeting is set for tonight at 6:30. The quick answer would seem to be “no.” But I suspect the Islamic group will instead focus not on Islam but on the […]

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One Way – Only One Way to God

by Bryant Evans on August 3, 2010

Sometimes people say, “There are many paths to God.” Sometimes people worship without regard to Jesus the Son of God. Jews honor Jehovah God and Muslims honor Allah through the teachings of Mohammad. Some pay homage to Buddha, some practice Hindu while others look to Shinto for their faith. Still more practice a form of […]

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U.S. Government Burns Bibles

by Bryant Evans on May 20, 2009

Yes, it is true. To avoid offending muslims the U.S. Army burned Bibles written in the language of the Afghan people. Here’s the link to a report. Now I have a few questions: Who gave the order? How many Korans should we burn? Has the Army ever, at any time deliberately burned a Koran? Are […]

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Islamic Document Passes the UN

by Bryant Evans on March 27, 2009

The United Nations Human Rights Council Thursday passed a resolution condemning discrimination and hatred aimed at religions. Of course that sounds good until one realizes it singles out only one religion: Islam. There is a quick report at Religion Clause and you can read the complete text of the resolution here. The resolution was largely […]

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