Muslim Public Affairs Council Religious Liberty, Nov 5 2017 | Video |



few Christians have risen to voice support for Zeiglers’ interpretation of Scripture. In fact, quite the opposite.

The invocation of the Holy Family was “ridiculous and blasphemous,” said Ed Stetzer in a Christianity Today column.

“As Christians, this should provoke anger,” said Stetzer, who heads the Billy Graham Center at Wheaton College in Illinois.

“We should be angered, first, that politicians think they can lie to us so easily by appealing to biblical language and characters. Second, that we so easily fall for such tactics. For the past decade, evangelicals have been easy marks, and I hope that people won’t fall for these things.”

Social Justice is ‘Fake Scholarship,’ Oxford Philosopher Says

very difficult to imagine you’d succeed in that subject if you didn’t have, at the outset or certainly at the conclusion, feminist opinions,” Scruton says. “It’s a subject constructed around an ideology.”

Scruton said the ideology might be grounded in truth, but it’s impossible to know because one cannot freely question its premises. Conformity to the orthodoxy takes precedence over the intellectual method

The Use of Nuclear Weapons Is Inherently Evil | Christianity Today

“The thought of killing masses of helpless people who are themselves at the mercy of their own government is abhorrent. Only if there were no other way to prevent an even worse catastrophe could nuclear retaliation ever be justified.” The language is nuanced, but the point is clear: The use of nuclear weapons is, in extreme cases, morally just.

Others of us emphatically disagree: Under no circumstances would the use of nuclear arms be justified. Our reasons hinge on the sixth commandment, “You shall not murder,” 

Liberty U. Alumni Protest Falwell’s Continued Support of Trump – Non Profit News For Nonprofit Organizations | Nonprofit Quarterly

Falwell’s support of Trump’s much-derided equivocal response to the white nationalist violence in Charlottesville last week, 45 minutes away from Liberty.

In response to Trump saying there had been “very fine people” among the white nationalists and neo-Nazis in Charlottesville and asserting a moral equivalency between those groups and what Trump called the alt-left, Falwell tweeted zealously, “Finally a leader in WH. Jobs returning, N Korea backing down, bold truthful stmt about #charlottesville tragedy. So proud of @realdonaldtrump.”