The silence of our friends – the extinction of Christianity in the Middle East
Ed West, The Spectator
The last month and a half has seen perhaps the worst anti-Christian violence in Egypt in seven centuries, with dozens of churches torched. Yet the western media has mainly focussed on army assaults on the Muslim Brotherhood, and no major political figure has said anything about the sectarian attacks.
The Perils of Liberal Moralism: On Syria and Thomas More
Carson Holloway, Public Discourse
Our president’s assumption that he should punish Syria for a moral, but not legal, transgression undermines international law.
U.S. House OKs religious liberty envoy
Tom Strode, Baptist Press
The U.S. House of Representatives has overwhelmingly approved a bill requiring appointment of a special envoy for the promotion of religious liberty in such countries as Egypt, Iran, Iraq, Pakistan and Syria.
What Does It Mean to Help the Poor?
Glenn Sunshine, Institute for Faith, Work, and Economics
What responsibilities does the state have to the poor? There are several biblical and historical underpinnings that can help us answer this question.