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…

To America, from Israel with love

by Jim Fletcher -- As a conservative Christian, I find myself enjoying reading material that is outside that domain. For example, I might read a Christian periodical, but I also (for some more…

Where money, power, greed conspire

by Jim Fletcher -- Jack Cashill is one reason I have faith that there is a grain of decency left in mankind. Jack, one of the fearless writers left in a culture more…