With the Berlin attack yesterday (which the Islamic State appears to have taken responsibility for) tensions are high to say the least. The attacks in Turkey and Zurich came as a shock to the world as well, but to those of us who have been paying attention, they’re hardly a shock at all.
There's a new terrorist attack every single day. We just don't hear about them after the mainstream media is done burying it or twisting it into some sort of "the truck did it" nonsense.
It's hard to fool people for this long though, when so many lives are being lost and the core values of nations are undermined people start to notice, especially Christians who have been the main target of these Islamic and cultural attacks.
What are they to do, though? So many Christians feel a need to avoid being called bigots and to open their arms to the entire world. Is this the proper response? Can Christianity survive while it is in a fetal position and being so violently attacked?
I speak to Faith Goldy about her thoughts on what Christians need to do to fight back against radical Islam while staying true to their values.
I also speak to Andrew Lawton on why liberals so shamelessly excuse or defend terrorism.
(NOTE: At the time of filming this show, a Pakistani refugee was the only suspect for the terror attack in Berlin. However, new information has shown that he has been released. ISIS has also claimed responsibility for the massacre.)