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Thoughts On “Violence”

Ok, we’ve been talking a lot about war and “violence”, whether in relation to Prince Caspian or to Islamic Jihad and Christian nation-building. And now it’s Memorial Day, so thoughts about what that might mean for a Christian in America … Continue reading

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Quran, Old Testament, New Testament

steph was responding to a comment of mine on Nick’s post. In it, she makes a number of claims: Christianity adopted the Hebrew Bible. “Qu’ran is essentially the political speeches of Muhammad.” The Qu’ran is essentially influenced by the Hebrew … Continue reading

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Islam: Rebuttal of Rebuttal

Nick was posting about some comments made about Islam, and received some feedback that spoke of the “equal” violence found in the Judaism, Christianity and Islam. I’m afraid the comments were brief, and do not reflect a grasp of their … Continue reading

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WOTD, πόλεμος

The word of the day is… πόλεμος, πολέμου, ο̒ Language Classical Greek Form Masculine noun Transliteration polemos, polemou, ho Meaning war This follows a standard pattern for listing greek nouns, listing the singular nominative (s. nom.), singular genitive (s. gen.) … Continue reading

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