An Augusta County high school teacher’s controversial assignment this month involving Islam is the latest unfortunate example of ignorance in America.
An email exchange that started with an angry reader calling an AFP columnist an “f—ing idiot” ended with he and I wishing each other a genuine Merry Christmas.
The Internet is blowing up over a generated controversy regarding a lesson on the Arabic language from a World Religions textbook at Riverheads High School.
It’s a sign of the times in the America that Donald Trump is making great hate again. Forty-one percent of Trump backers favor bombing Agrabah.
It’s about time someone challenged the phrase radical Islamic terrorism. The most objectionable part is the word radical.
The demagogic exaggeration of the “terrorist threat,” which was the centerpiece of the last Republican debates, is easily deflated with just a moment’s thought.
Fox News is reporting on a World Geography class assignment at Riverheads High School. That’s one way to define lesson plan gone wrong.
Daryl Byler, executive director of EMU’s Center for Justice and Peacebuilding, wrote this open letter to his former law school colleague, Jerry Falwell Jr.
Our campus community at EMU continues to prayerfully discern what the peace position means to us in a world beset by violence.
Alas, there is no simple solution to the conflict between the West and Islamic extremists. That is the takeaway from John M. Owen IV’s “Confronting Political Islam: Six Lessons from the West’s Past.”