Tag Archives: Islam

Return of the King – the Restoration

By Charlie Johnston “Hear the word of the LORD, princes of Sodom! Listen to the instruction of our God, people of Gomorrah! What care I for the number of your sacrifices? says the LORD. I have had enough of whole-burnt … Continue reading

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The Encounter With Islam

(Over the last week I have noticed a certain edginess creeping into the comment section. These are trying times. When people are on edge or in sustained suspense, that happens. But it is important to me that this site’s comment … Continue reading

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For the Conversion of Muslims

By Dan Lynch Terrorist attacks by militant jihadist Muslims are becoming so frequent that we soon forget them. I use the term “militant jihadist Muslims” because peaceful Muslims profess that jihad is not a violent external struggle, but an interior … Continue reading

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The Beginning of Wisdom

(I was quite impressed with how people responded to my article, “Concerning Islam.” An article like that is often referred to as ‘troll-bait,’ because of its propensity to draw out people who just want to yell, or confuse, or to … Continue reading

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Concerning Islam

(This piece may be downright terse. I have boiled it down relentlessly. It is a beginning of the conversation, not an end. -CJ) By Charlie Johnston People in all cultures reach out to God – usually in the way they … Continue reading

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Confusion

Over the last few days there have been some intense and edgy discussions in the comments here. I am deeply pleased and honored that here, people spoke candidly and honestly about controversial, emotion-laden subjects, often disagreeing deeply with each other, … Continue reading

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Soldiers of Christ; Missionaries of Mercy

By Charlie Johnston At Easter of 2007 I arrived just before Mass started at a different Church than I was accustomed to. I was travelling. I groaned inwardly, for I figured this would mean I would have to stand throughout … Continue reading

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Musings – Lord of the Fleas

Okay, with Christmas and the press of business and social galavanting, let me revise…I will get on schedule after the first of the year. Oh, the pieces on Bishop Finn, Pelianito, The End of Prophecy are all still coming. I … Continue reading

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Be Not Afraid: God Has a Plan

I have been searching for just the right word to describe to you what my work is. I have thought of ambassador, as that captures much of what I am sent for. But a reader, speaking on another matter, gave me … Continue reading

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The Beginning of the Crusades

(In 1995, Al Salvi, then a second-term state legislator in Illinois, decided to challenge the sitting lieutenant governor for the Republican nomination for U.S. Senate. I ran that race for Salvi. The first Chicago Tribune poll showed Salvi at 2%, … Continue reading

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