Iranian betrayer thrills with spy tales

by Jim Fletcher -- Even in a world that seems to have befriended evil, there is perhaps no more menacing threat than Iran. Persia has risen and wishes to hold a sword more…

Demi Moore and the demise of doctrine

by Jim Fletcher -- In the coming weeks, we have some fascinating interviews: a couple of successful novelists and a Pulitzer-winning pundit. While those are incubating, the Writer's Bloc this week will more…

The Vietnam War: Who says we lost?

by Jim Fletcher -- One of the biggest questions about American history is how the world's most powerful military could "lose" a war. In Vietnam, the U.S. Army had everything it needed, more…

The pride of the Amish

by Jim Fletcher -- I was talking to an editor friend in the Christian book publishing industry recently. He works for a company that at one time was a bastion of conservative more…

6 days at the beginning of time

by Jim Fletcher -- I vividly remember the first time I corresponded with Henry Morris, the creationist icon. For whatever reason, although I considered myself a voracious reader, I'd never heard of more…

Are Palestinians right to claim Israel?

by Jim Fletcher -- Listening to the Rolling Stones' classic track "Street Fighting Man," written for the Beggars Banquet album in 1968, one is amused to learn that Mick Jagger wrote the more…