At the end of December 2011, Christian pastor and self-proclaimed prophet T.D. Hale predicted massive riots on the streets of Columbus, Ohio: As I moved along the way I saw people running, looking for loved ones missing, totally out of their minds. I quickly came
I’m not one to simply post links, but look at this image, think about who’s not going to be rioting and killing innocent people because of it… … and then ask yourself, who’s making Islam look bad? Some filmmaker, or the crowds of zealots killing
Steve Wessler asks two important questions in Wednesday’s Portland Press Herald: The Ku Klux Klan has deep Christian roots. Would Americans rise up in anger if a Christian group proposed to build a church near the site of a Klan killing? In 1856, a period
Two and a half years ago, the country of Malaysia was all a-twitter when an image of Jesus Christ holding a can of beer in one hand and a cigarette in another appeared in a newspaper. Cries for swift government retribution filled the air, because
Christians Riot Over Offensive Images of Jesus with a Cigarette and Beer. The Problem is Fundamentalism.
When some Muslims in some nations staged riots during the 2005-2006 debacle surrounding the publication of images of Mohammed, right-wing politicians used the riots to decry the emergence of “islamofascism” in widely cut-and-pasted opinion pieces around the internet and in print newspapers as well. Right-wing