The Cathedral of Notre Dame: Fire, Disrespect and Symbolism that’s Just a Little too Obvious

April 18, 2019 Philip C. Johnson, Ph.D. http://www.globalnext.org On Monday, April 15th, a massive fire at the Cathedral of Notre Dame in Paris engulfed the church, destroying large parts of this more than 850-year-old icon of French history and Christianity. The tragedy‚Äôs poignancy is only increased because of its timing - it happened between Palm … Continue reading The Cathedral of Notre Dame: Fire, Disrespect and Symbolism that’s Just a Little too Obvious

ISIS: Fire and the Healing of the Believer’s Chest

February 6, 2015 Over the last couple of weeks, ISIS (Islamic State) has continued to make headlines by gaining territory in Syria, decapitating two Japanese journalists and releasing a highly-produced video showing the burning alive of Jordanian pilot, Muath al-Kassasbeh. In addition, a report released on Wednesday by the U.N. Committee on the Rights of … Continue reading ISIS: Fire and the Healing of the Believer’s Chest