Tag Archives: Islam

From Murderer to God to Missionary, All in One Day


Malta is a relatively little-known island located in the geographical middle of the Mediterranean Sea. Most famous, perhaps, for Maltese puppies and the Maltese Falcon (of Dashiell Hamett and Humphrey Bogart fame) and that wonderful chocolate candy Maltesers (just kidding on this … Continue reading

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The Secularist Diagnosis: Jihadis Are Not Muslim But Mental!


In much the same way that extroverts cannot make sense of the thoughts and motivations of introverts (and vice-versa), secularists have a difficult time accepting that religious people can actually act on the basis of religious beliefs and motivations. Nowhere … Continue reading

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Tectonic Shifts in Iran!


This new year is pregnant with hope for the people of Iran. As popular discontent grows within the Islamic Republic, many commentators are claiming that the unrest today ranks second only to the failed 2009 Green Movement, when masses protested … Continue reading

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Half-Truths: Christmas, Islam and Islamophobia, Courtesy of Haroon Moghul


          In Poor Richard’s Almanac, Benjamin Franklin noted wisely, “Half the truth is often a great lie.” A recent article by Haroon Moghul stands as proof of this maxim. Published online by NBCNews on its “THINK” … Continue reading

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Unexpected Evidence for the Divinity of Jesus — All the Way from Oman!


It’s sometimes amazing what we can learn when we look through someone else’s eyes. Recently, on a trip to the Middle East, I was told of a group of Omani Muslim men who gathered together to hear stories of Jesus … Continue reading

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What a Title for a City!


Today may register as a 7.0 earthquake on the Richter scale of international politics. President Trump has just announced that the USA will move its embassy in Israel from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem, recognizing Jerusalem as the rightful capital of … Continue reading

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My Personal Story


Many people have asked me whether I have ever written up the story of my spiritual journey in book form — the answer is no. But earlier this year, in anticipation of a book project collecting the stories of twenty … Continue reading

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