Exposing Extremism--No Matter Where It Is Found

Lawrence, Bruce B.
June 2007
Nieman Reports;Summer2007, Vol. 61 Issue 2, p28
This article calls on the journalists in the U.S. to expose extremism anywhere it is found. It discussess the influence of extremist Christian scholars such as Bernard Lewis on the administration of President George W. Bush. Lewis wants to pursue a new Crusade against the Muslims in the Middle East and to subjugate them to the will of Christian America. It explains that scholars, such as Lewis, have much influence on the policy direction of the U.S. toward the Middle East. It explains that Christian writers such as Hal Lindsay are extremist Christians whose views are not shared by the majority of Christians in the U.S.


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