Bush, Jesus, and Egypt: How Democrats, Republicans, and Christianity Are Doing in the Middle East by Gregory C. Cochran In speaking about the Democrat Party, Gov. Mitch Daniels in his recent speech to CPAC said, “Our opponents are better at nastiness than we will ever be. It comes naturally. Power to them is everything, so... Continue Reading →
Why All Christians Must Witness
In many countries around the world, there is a kind of “tolerance” of religions which says that you can believe what you want as long as you don’t proselytize anyone else. In other words, you can be a Christian, you just can’t tell anyone about it. Sure, you can be a Christian privately but don’t... Continue Reading →
‘Save That Sound Bite; It Might Come Back to Haunt Him’ – By Kathryn Jean Lopez – The Corner – National Review Online
Kathryn Jean Lopez interviewed Barry Rubin,Director of Global Research in International Affairs and author of 2 books concerning Egypt and Islam. She asked him the following question. I post the question and the response so you will get an idea of what it's like for Christians in Egypt: Lopez: Human Rights. Christians. Democracy. Any of... Continue Reading →
Super Bowl Guilty in Sex Trafficking?
Is the Super Bowl responsible for encouraging child slavery and prostitution? Some believe the Super Bowl is particularly effective for drawing pimps and prostitutes to its mass gathering of maleness. So, hats off to a group of Southwestern Seminary students who have started “Lose the Chains,” an advocacy group to (once again) fight against slavery... Continue Reading →
Super Glory (Don’t Miss It) « Doc Cochran’s Weblog
Super Glory (Don’t Miss It) « Doc Cochran’s Weblog. It is Super Bowl Sunday, so, we have to be reminded of what is true glory. The Super Bowl is a glory-filled event, but...
What Are Christians Doing in Egypt?
What about the Christians in Egypt? What are they doing during this revolution? I forewarned (here) that the protests in Egypt might bring on more violence against Christians, and it has. Paul Marshall of the Hudson Institute details one of the latest attacks in this article. The Barnabas Fund chronicles other hardships Christians are facing... Continue Reading →
Christians to Hold Prayer Day for Egypt amid Civil Unrest | Christianpost.com
Christians to Hold Prayer Day for Egypt amid Civil Unrest | Christianpost.com. We should all join in praying for Egypt and especially for the Christians who live there. They have been oppressed and persecuted for years, and it is not certain what will happen next. Of course, the Lord knows what will happen next. May... Continue Reading →
A Closer Look Into Iran
Typically, all we know about Iran is that they are going nuclear, and we (meaning Americans) might be in danger from such a move. Sure, as Christians--as well as Americans--our interests are political. We ought to be concerned about Iran's nuclear ambitions. However, we Christians have a much larger concern (as is pointed out nicely... Continue Reading →
A Way to Help the Persecuted
Below is a plea from Open Doors USA for you and me to help persecuted Christians in Iraq: Please take a moment to sign a petition to Secretary of State Clinton asking her to work with the Iraqi government to immediately form and implement a comprehensive plan of action to protect the dwindling community of... Continue Reading →
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Smith and Wolf Good Job
Two Republican congressmen have done the right thing in calling for Secretary of State Rice to take action against the mistreatment of Christians in China. Particularly in view here is Pastor Bike's family. China Aid Association documents the matter on their website. It is worth checking out and voicing your support. With all the political... Continue Reading →