A look at the notable things that happened this year and what Christians had a lot to say about it all.
Recent attacks in Beirut and Paris leave little doubt that there’s something problematic about our world.
What does each name for this terrorist group mean, and why would a person use one over another?
It’s as inaccurate to think these attacks reveal true Islam as it is to think they had nothing to do with it.
Let us remedy this cancer of extremism with love and tolerance for each other.
Did you know the founder of Islam was a social revolutionary who championed women’s rights?
Let persecuted Christians around the world know they are not alone and not forgotten.
It is only a fear of God that can prevent cruelty and uphold our humanity.
Western Christians should not help ISIS achieve religious cleansing in the birthplace of their faith.
We’re missing a chapter from the Bible — and the men best able to help reclaim manhood.
We must show our youth that can love one another and that we view all life as sacred.
The true Caliphate fulfills Prophet Muhammad’s prophecy — and revives Islam.
Liberal Protestants are remaining silent, essentially condoning the actions of ISIS.
A look at the meaning of martyrdom and why one person’s martyr can be another person’s terrorist.
The two main sects of Islam have been in conflict for more than a millennium — Why?
Let’s be honest: three young Muslim students weren’t killed over a parking spot.
Compare the actions of ISIS to the Qur’an and it is clear ISIS can’t represent any form of Islam.