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By Tammy Bruce
Team Obama's bizarre behavior helps Gitmo terrorists foil justice
Topic - Eric Metaxas
Eric Metaxas' project here, in limning the notable lives of seven Christian men, is to hold up all seven as models of right behavior and commitment. He senses — well, I mean, how could he not? — that "young men especially need role models.
Visit Berlin today and most of the symbols of Nazism have been erased. But the memories live on, including Dietrich Bonhoeffer, who joined the resistance against Adolf Hitler.
Here's an interesting challenge: Take the subject of "The Eternal Creator and Sustainer of the Entire Known Universe" (aka "God") and tell everyone on the planet everything they need to know about this Creator in a series of books.
Christian radio host Eric Metaxas, who regularly comments on court developments that impact religious liberty, wrote, "Even more troubling than the summons itself is the idea that a government official, in this case a judge, is fit to pass judgment on the content of people’s beliefs."
Ms. Broadway's campaign has garnered some media attention: Christian author and speaker Eric Metaxas mentioned the effort on the national "Breakpoint" radio commentary sponsored by Virginia-based Prison Fellowship.