All Roads Lead to Heaven?

by Al Mohler

road What catches the attention of a columnist for The Washington Post? A recent column by Kathleen Parker indicates that theology has become a focus of national attention. Kathleen Parker used her column in The Washington Post to take on Franklin Graham and his belief that belief in Jesus Christ is the only way of salvation.

Parker began her column with the fact that Franklin Graham prayed outside the Pentagon last Thursday, rather than inside, having been disinvited by the Pentagon as the speaker for its scheduled National Day of Prayer service. Graham, you will remember, was disinvited because of statements he made about Islam — statements directly referenced by the Army spokesman as “not appropriate.”


Jordan Launches Campaign: ‘No Zionist Enemy Products’

by Hillel Fendel

It’s not only the Palestinian Authority, and it’s not only against the Jewish communities in Judea and Samaria. Jordan, too, has quasi-officially announced a boycott on all Israeli-made products.

Doron Paskin, head of research at Info-Prod Research, reports for Calcalist that the campaign is headed by Jordan’s trade unions, whose leaders held a press conference on Monday to announce the boycott. Dr. Ahmed Armouti, chairman of the Trade Unions Organization, said that the campaign was conceived to mark 62 years since what Arabs call the Naqba [Catastrophe], otherwise known as Israel’s independence.