Islam & Violence, Real Faces, and Religious Liberty - Radical

Islam & Violence, Real Faces, and Religious Liberty

Does Islam Inevitably Lead to Violence?: Caleb Greggsen thinks that the better question to ask is “whether or not there is a legitimate place for violence within Islamic tradition. The answer is yes.” Later in the article, he says, “Islam may raise up soldiers willing to kill for their cause. We must be willing to die for ours.”

The Real Faces Behind the Gay Issue: A story from Jasmine Holmes: “Sometimes we can get so bogged down in the issues that we forget that all issues belong to people — hurting people. Lost people. Alienated people. People just like us before Jesus stepped into our lives (1 Corinthians 6:11).”

Wash. floral artist’s home, savings at risk of state seizure after court ruling: “A government that tells you what you can’t say is bad enough, but a government that tells you what you must say is terrifying.”

Sin: Can’t Live With It, Won’t Live Without It: Tim Challies reflects on the tricky reality that, though he’s been changed, he still sins. “I am owned by God and subject to him. My relationship to sin has been radically transformed.”

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