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-The Bible and The Quran: Some Major Contrasts

Saturday, April 2nd, 2016

There are some obvious differences between the Bible and the Quran. Some of those major contrasts revolve around the teaching contained in the two and others around references to characters and history. One glaring difference is that the Quran is one book written by one man in one lifetime while the Bible spans thousands of […]

-A New ‘Age of Martyrs’?

Saturday, November 30th, 2013

              (The Christian Martyrs’ Last Prayer: Wikipedia) Note: The following article is based upon a 5 part series on my main blog- Answers For The Faith.   Reportedly an average of 100,000 Christians a year have been killed for their faith in the last decade. Cardinal Timothy M. Dolan, outgoing president of the U.S. Catholic […]

-Re: The ‘Chrislamization’ of Europe?

Wednesday, May 30th, 2012

                                           (Photo credit: Wikipedia) I always wondered how the Anti-Christ would do it when it came to forming some kind of new one-world religion to replace all of the rest. After all, it would seem to me that most Christians and Muslims in particular would object and rebel if they were forced to give up […]

-Islam and Christianity: Some Major Differences

Thursday, January 12th, 2012

                                           (Image via Wikipedia) There are many differences that separate the two largest world religions- Islam and Christianity. Some of the greatest disparity revolves around their very different understandings about the character of God (or Allah in the case of Islam) and how one can have a relationship with God the Father and receive eternal […]

-Remembering 9/11/01: How Should We Respond?

Saturday, September 11th, 2010

The pictures are still horrific and engender in us all a remembrance of where we were when we first heard about the 9/11 attacks. Nearly 3,000 died and two wars resulted from the event and we can now say that the world is a much smaller place than it use to be. But how shall […]