Sat, Nov 27, 2021

17th Edition

Editorial
Freedom as an Inherent Right

The human being is nothing but a product of the body, mind and spirit interconnected with other entities that coexist in the sam...

by Mirta R. Acero, PhD

General Characteristics of Islam

There are 3 main characteristics of Islam: spirituality, rationality, and the pursuit of justice.Spirituality:Islam encourages i...

by AdAlberto Assad

Madrid does pay traitors

That a politician lies is not surprising at this point, but that other politicians who do not repent, who have had prison benefi...

by David Hernández

The Postcolonial Inheritance of Forster and Lean

Occidental Studies InstituteWhile this tale of the ill-fated Indian sojourn of British subjects Adela Quested, Mrs. Moore, and R...

by Dean A. Hoffman

Between Faith and Reason

But we Christians can say that our God is alive and real because we have seen his works, we have been made children through Jesu...

by S.E.R Eric Escala

Christians in Africa Face Severe Persecution as Islamic State Seeks Resurgence

The Islamic State and their affiliates are reorganising and regrouping in several parts of the African continent, which pits ove...

by George Alexander

Religious freedom and freedom of thought

You could ask me, how is it that this forceful phrase of such a dark character has something to do with freedom of thought? Perh...

by Gustavo A. Libardi

The Pilgrimage to Mecca: a memory of Abraham's family

Abraham was born in the early second millennium BC in Ur, the capital of Mesopotamia at the height of its splendor as a highly d...

by Imam Marwan Gill

Post-Pandemic Higher Education Reimagined

Higher education will evolve from short-term degree environments to education centers for a lifetime, providing augmented skills...

by Dr Beata Froehlich, LLM. & Dr Ming-Jin Jiang

Latter-day Saints

During the year 1925, several Saints arrived in the southern hemisphere, coming from Germany to Buenos Aires, Argentina, and amo...

by Rubén Molina