Inside the dinner that changed America

by Jim Fletcher -- Do you ever wonder why things are the way they are? Young people are leaving church in droves. Social issues have divided the country. An American president minimizes more…

Looking for authors with pioneer spirit

by Jim Fletcher -- Imagine being part of the literary world in its heyday. I suppose you could pick any one of several decades in the last century, but could it be more…

'Bone wars' rage on

by Jim Fletcher -- In the 19th century, when the new science of paleontology was developing and cultural change agents like Thomas Huxley were interpreting fossils to fit a naturalism worldview, the more…

Brainwashed to believe in evolution

by Jim Fletcher -- Media have always been biased, usually outrageously biased. All thinking people realize both liberals and conservatives are biased, although the liberal-dominated media in America point that finger at more…

Who killed the Gray Lady?

by Jim Fletcher -- I'm always amazed by the large numbers of people who think the New York Times staff is comprised of unbiased presenters of news. In fact, even after investigations more…

Visit to Jerusalem unlocks history of writing

by Jim Fletcher -- Writers have always had it tough. According to a recent blog by Michael Hyatt, Google research indicates that 130 million books have been published in world history. Presumably, more…

How could Obama hoodwink a whole generation?

by Jim Fletcher -- Conservatives and liberals seemingly can't understand each other at all. Their worldviews are too far apart. Often people ask me, "Is Barack Obama that stupid?" Or, "Surely Chris more…

Former Muslim blows lid off Quran

by Jim Fletcher -- Writers define success in different ways, and one of the most fascinating things about interviewing writers is observing up close just how passionate people can be about seemingly more…