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Mark Bonocore offers a thorough Catholic Christian response to the Muslim tract The True Religion.
With the recent encroachments of Islamic militants on genuine freedom of speech, our readers might be interested to know just how peaceful the "religion of peace" really is.  Mark Bonocore serves up a short piece on the violent progression of Islam throughout history.  Despite what we might hear from the pundits, politicians, and propagandists, Islam has a very sordid past with the sword.
In the current turmoil with the Muslim world, it is almost too inconceivable to believe what her appearance at Fátima might suggest: the conversion of the Muslim world to the Catholic Faith.  How this can possibly happen, nobody really knows and even my speculations here are just mere musings on my part.  Then again, if the West is plunged into a future conflict with the Muslim world, you have to wonder whether the the Third Secret really applies more to Benedict than it does to John Paul II.
Michael Forrest discusses the contemporary and historical issues of Jews and Christians.  He rightly warns of dangerous generalizations and anti-Semitism.
Art Sippo discusses what the Catholic disposition to people of other religions should be.
In this article, Catholic Exchange 's Mary Kochan gives a good Bible primer and lesson in critical thinking 101 when talking to Jehovah Witnesses about God's body.  A good little topic to discuss next time they come knocking on the door.
Art Sippo offers us a lucid and insightful review of the recent debate between Greg Stafford and James White.  Read how both Stafford and White make grammar into a god without acknowledging the necessity of calling in the historic Christian tradition to settle the matter.
A comprehensive expose on Islam.
Father Ignatius kicks off 's return with a blistering attack on secularism and the bankrupt philosophy that undergirds it.  It cuts through the pathetic euphemisms and shallow thinking that permeates our society.  In-depth, comprehensive, explosive, and devastating, this piece will rock some boats and change some lives.
A tract against the Jehovah's Witnesses.