Category Archives: Politics in Religion

Decision making in religious communities

Israeli “Agents” Infiltrate Presbyterian General Assembly

by James M. Wall Four professors–two from Vanderbilt, one from Auburn Theological Seminary, and one from Syracuse University–have burst on the national scene as strong opponents of a Middle East Study Commission resolution which will be presented to the Presbyterian … Continue reading

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Hard to Believe Hashem Sanctions Schumer’s Defense of Israel

by James M. Wall Charles Colson, the former Nixon special counsel-turned-Christian radio commentator, told his listeners God allowed Hurricane Katrina to remind the United States how important it is to win the “war on terror”. That’s the way folks like Chuck … Continue reading

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Week Two in Gaza (Monday Update): “Publish it not in the streets of As’kelon”

  Monday Noon Update by James M. Wall Bill Kristol was in the New York Times Monday, channeling George C. Scott as General Patton,  gleefully rubbing his hands together as he predicts that Gaza will not repeat the failure of the Lebanese … Continue reading

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