21 for 1


By Scott Redd The public martyrdom of twenty-one Egyptian Christians on the shores of the Mediterranean Sea was surely intended to serve the strategic purposes of ISIS in multiple ways. The public nature of the act gave cause to galvanize radical Muslims and further establish this conflict as one Continue Reading

Challenging Radical Islam

Islamic Extremism

By John A. Azumah The world is being subjected to horrific images of religious violence. The Islamic State (IS) in Iraq and Syria records its beheadings. Boko Haram in Nigeria parades hundreds of kidnapped schoolgirls. Al-Shabaab in Somalia attacks a shopping mall in Nairobi. These barbaric acts Continue Reading

Jesus as YHWH


by Fred Sanders on February 3, 2015 A few years ago I ran across this chart that arranges Old Testament passages about God in juxtaposition to New Testament passages that use the same terminology about Christ.It’s from a booklet called Questions for Jehovah’s Witnesses (Who Love the Truth), by Continue Reading