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I have no idea if the story is true. I do not know any concrete details or specifics; there are no names attached to this sorry tale.

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As the controversy over, perhaps soon-to-be ex-tenured associate professor of political science at Wheaton College Larycia Hawkins continues to boil, it is worth thinking about the statement that got her into trouble.

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Shane Clairborne reported yesterday on a shocking convocation address given by Jerry Falwell Jr. at Liberty University on Friday.

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Seyyed Hossein Nasr is an 82-year-old Iranian Islamic philosopher and University Professor of Islamic studies at George Washington University.

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Any Christian assessment of violence in any other religion must face the violence in our own sacred texts.

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He has a radio “audience of over 1 million listeners on more than 180 stations nationwide.”

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A yoga student recently sent me an email describing comments made during class by the yoga teacher.

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Bernard Starr, writing in the HuffingtonPost finds evidence that there may be a move among Christians to reverse the tragic trend of antimsemitism that has characterized so much of the history of the church.

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I do not know much about Vikings. But the current Viking Exhibit at the Royal Victoria Museum clearly demonstrates that they had a rich and varied culture.

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I do not know if Dennis Prager considers himself a practicing Jew; he appears to have been raised in a Jewish context. But, regardless of his personal faith commitment, or lack thereof, Mr. Prager is not shy about stating controversial opinions.

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