Tag: Germany

  • The Glorious Protestant Reformation: Some Thoughts on Reformation Day

    On this day, October 31st, in the year of our Lord, 1517, an Augustinian friar (monk) in the Roman Catholic church, Martin Luther (1483-1546), who was also a theologian, priest, and a professor at the University at Wittenberg, nailed his 95 theses, which were theological problems he saw with Catholic theology as well as practices […]

  • Is radical Islam really so radical?

    According to worldwide polling, the much-repeated minority of Muslims who are radical and extremists does not stand up to scrutiny. In fact, the majority of Muslims support extreme positions on select issues such as supporting Al-Qaeda, having a favorable view of Osama bin Laden, supporting apostasy laws and blasphemy laws, favoring sharia law, supporting dhimmitude […]

  • Abortion Deconstructed

    Since January 22, 1973, the Supreme Court decision in the matter of Roe v. Wade found in favor of the “Jane Roe” (Norma McCorvey), who was seeking an abortion in Texas. The Supreme Court ruled that a woman’s “right” to an abortion was a constitutional right. Even though the US Consitution explicitly affirms the right […]

  • Islam and the West

    For the past 30 years, there has been a huge migration of tens of millions of Muslims into Western nations, especially in Western Europe in nations such as the UK, France, Germany, Italy, Sweden, and Spain. Why are so many Muslims desperate to escape their Muslim homelands where sharia law reigns supreme? I posit that […]