Reporters in Mideast: Yawning at evil

by Jim Fletcher -- There are 1,000 foreign journalists in Israel, and if you've ever visited this tiny country, that's like 20 people trying to fit into a phone booth. With that more…

Can we really know the end of the world?

by Jim Fletcher -- The ancient Mayans could never have known that their stone calendar, which simply stops at a certain date, could have unleashed such global interest. The "2012" craze is more…

Jews murdered in silence

by Jim Fletcher -- It's early yet, but the earthquake in Japan may prove to be the biggest story of 2011. Certainly the fallout (I hope not literally) will be with us more…

You want to read what?

by Jim Fletcher -- There is a fascinating, albeit relatively quiet controversy circulating through the Christian retail industry. Some call it censorship; others call it discernment. In 2007, LifeWay Christian Stores issued more…

Glimpses of God for the Everyman

by Jim Fletcher -- Part of our shared humanity is the recognition that all of us, "great and small," are on a search for spiritual truth. Solomon wrote that God has set more…

Profile of an icon, Ronald Reagan

by Jim Fletcher -- Few people in history achieve iconic status. Most of us toil as worker ants; from time to time a giant trudges across the landscape, casting his shadow. Ronald more…

Anti-Semitism aflame in Europe

by Jim Fletcher -- This week, I visit with Giulio Meotti, an Italian author and a journalist with Il Foglio, a national daily in Rome. Meotti's writing has appeared in the Wall more…