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An Open Letter to Turkish Commoners Regarding the Armenian Genocide

The Armenian Genocide

An Appeal to the Conscience of Civilized People to Deal with the Armenian Genocide Dear Turkish People, It is with the gravest heart I remember today what happened to my ancestors more than 100 years ago – the Armenian Genocide. I realize that as human beings, we do not like to be confronted with the…

Christian Perspective on Terrorism, Death, and the Middle East

Death, terrorism and the Middle East

On September 11, 2001, seemingly out of nowhere (at least to the majority of people) an incredibly organized group of¬†terrorists orchestrated the murder of thousands of Americans. As the horrific images danced in the heads of the watching world, with even a more fervent pace, came some profound questions. Who were these people? Why were…

Grace and Love Amidst the Armenian Genocide

Armenian genocide

The year is 1909. Turkish forces have surrounded Hadjin, a town of 20,000 in Turkey with a predominantly Armenian population. It’s now been days and the isolated people are running low on food and supplies. Many have taken cover in an orphanage where Christian missionaries from America have resided and worked. This is the onset…

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