More on Christian History

Claims of pro-Islamic bias in textbooks are wrong

By Susan Douglass The Texas Board of Education has been misled in its textbook resolution (the resolution “accuses textbook publishers … Continued

Our puppy’s keeper: Christianity and the care of animals

By Laura Hobgood-Oster All over the U.S. animals (well, mostly dogs) gather on church lawns, in city parks and even … Continued

Ignorance is not bliss

In a Pew Forum survey released Tuesday, atheists and agnostic surpass all other groups in their knowledge of religion. How … Continued

Peace Talks: Does religion help or hurt?

Mideast peace talks resume this week, with Secretary of State Hillary Clinton traveling to Egypt and Israel for negotiations between … Continued

“Terrorism” is newspeak for psychological warfare

In its 2010 National Security Strategy, the Obama administration sought to sever the relationship between Islam and terrorism, rejecting the … Continued

The Rev. Barbie

She’s been a princess, a firefighter, a Marine and a ballerina. After years of soul-searching, Barbie has finally found her … Continued

Muhammad’s promise to Christians

By Muqtedar KhanDirector of Islamic Studies at the University of Delaware Muslims and Christians together constitute over 50 percent of … Continued

Religious abuses of just wars and holy wars

Q: Is there such a thing as a ‘just war’? In his Nobel speech, was President Obama right to speak … Continued

Thin and salvation

By Michelle M. Lelwicaprofessor, Concordia College A few weeks ago, Ralph Lauren made the news with an altered ad that … Continued

Jesus Would Tweet, and Warn of the Temptation of Technology

Are social media tools a blessing or a curse for people of faith? Should we use digital technology to commune … Continued