The whole world waits this week for the advent of Jesus, for healing by the baby in the manger who became the Prince of Peace. Because our divisions remain wide, our differences dramatic.
And that’s true even among professed Christians, some of whom have foolishly donned the Muslim hijab as a stand against the “oppressed.”
As a chorus of voices decries “hate,” it’s time to search our hearts while we use our heads. If we are Christians, that begins with a review of what the Lord already taught us about disputes and division.
Our leftist political leaders and many in the media ponder, “Why do they hate us so much?” Hillary Clinton thinks it’s Donald Trump’s fault, that he’s “Isis’ best recruiter. ‘ Attorney general Loretta Lynch promised to prosecute those whose rhetoric was too anti-Muslim.