It’s time to think about why you react viscerally against it. This post updates and corrects the one at American Thinker, on Jan. 27, 2016.
This article is Part 1 in the sharia series.
This series of articles on Islamic sharia law is intended for judges, lawyers, legislators, city council members, educators, journalists, government bureaucrats, think tank fellows, TV and radio talk show hosts, and anyone else who occupies the “check points” in society; they initiate the national dialogue and shape the flow of the conversation in society. They are the decision- and policy-makers.
Sharia is intended to judge us. How about turning the tables to judge it? This is Part 17 in the sharia series.
This articles gives the basics. Let’s define what it is before we critique it. This article is Part 2 in the sharia series.
It’s true that I want everyone on the planet to “come to Jesus.” I want them to leave Islam in droves. But in the meantime, maybe we can lift the oppression from average Muslims, especially women, by encouraging a reform of Islam’s harshest laws. Let’s see if we can open a dialogue. This is Part 18 in the sharia series, the final installment.