How Do You Deal With A Recurring Sin Issue?
He knew that he was involved in a habitual sin, so I did not need to preach at him. He needed a friend, a brother, and most importantly some counseling with practical steps.
What Happens When Your Worldview Becomes Immersed into Your Biblical Worldview?
In a society where the truth is sacrificed upon the altar of compromise and where right and wrong are constantly redefined, my worldview keeps me consistent with what is true, pure, and holy according to the Scriptures.
Pakistan and the Non-Arab Islamic Bloc
Imran Khan’s government is intentionally distancing Pakistan from its traditional allies, Saudi Arabia and the United States, in favor of Turkey and China. But replacing the United States with China is premature.
Erdogan’s Turkey Is Following Path of Zia’s Pakistan
Islamist terrorists have struck Europe again. The attack in Vienna, Austria, following the attack in Nice, France, shows that while the coronavirus paralyzes the world, radical Islamists are unwilling to halt their jihadi operations.
Muslim Students In New York City
It is imperative to look at the relationship between American and Islamic society in the historical context, particularly foreign policy in the United States, because it helps individuals to understand the difference between the American perception of Muslims and the Muslim perception about America before and after the September 11th terrorist attacks.
What is the Difference Between Hermeneutics and Homiletics?
There are several ways to define and explain hermeneutics and homiletics. The very reason that I have put hermeneutics before homiletics shows which should come first, because only good hermeneutics ends in good homiletics.
Are You Islamophobic or a Realist?
Only a healthy argument and discussion regarding Islamic teachings, and its history by members of Muslim and non Muslims communities can forge a path that can protect our rights and remove anti-Muslim sentiments from our society.
Plugged In’s Review of 13 Reasons Why by Jay Asher
The following book review of “Thirteen Reasons Why,” by Jay Asher, is taken from Focus on the Family’s Plugged In site, which reviews movies and books.
Dealing With Deeply Entrenched Sins by Daniel Mann
Why does our Savior abandon us to this often discouraging struggle against sin? Because we need it! An immediate victory over sin would not serve us well. Why not? We do not do well spiritually when everything is going well for us.
Islam is Now Living Through its Dark Ages – and Rebirth Is Not Assured by Khaled Abou El Fadl
It is not an exaggeration to say that Islam is now living through its proverbial dark ages. In my view, the material issue is not whether one calls for an Islamic reformation, or for a return to an original moral and humanistic Islamic tradition.
I launched this resource site in 2010 with a vision to challenge views and change hearts through comprehensive, thought-provoking writing, interviews, and discussions.
I share articles and posts on current world issues related to religion, theology, and politics. I seek to articulate the public meaning of faith, bringing the resources of religious tradition to bear on such topics as poverty, human rights, economic justice, international relations, national priorities, popular culture, and yes, even politics, as long as it is related to faith.
I occasionally publish posts by other authors to include a variety of voices. f you would like to write an article for this site, please contact me. I am interested in pieces that examine or critique the theology and ethos of individual religious communities, and I welcome articles that find fresh meaning in old traditions and that adapt or apply religious traditions to new circumstances. Please allow four to six weeks for a response.