Archive for the ‘Education’ Category

A year ago this week I was one of several speakers at a terrorism conference hosted by Christian Reporter News, founded by Kat Rowoldt. Security was very tight and access was strictly controlled. And unbeknownst to any, a reporter for the Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC) found his way through the doors. Despite its name, […]

Someone recently brought to my attention that a religious organization called the Lutheran Social Service of Minnesota (ostensibly a Christian organization) has published and is heavily promoting a small group study titled “My Neighbor is Muslim.” The study guide purports to help Lutherans understand their Muslim neighbors so as to build bridges with them, clear […]

On Friday, November 14, 2014 an historic event took place in Washington, D.C. The event received ample coverage by media and government bodies. Some hail it as a step forward in religious relations between two Abrahamic faiths. I see it as another task for the Muslim Brotherhood to check off, mark as complete, in their […]

Found this article from earlier this year on the state of Islamic studies programs at our universities. From what I have read, this example at Hartford is far from an isolated incident. Rather, it is indicative of the status of most Islamic Studies programs. Institutions of higher learning used to be places where the free […]