"Here in New York, we don't encounter too many fundamentalist Christians, but out there in the hinterlands, they're everywhere."

New York Post, discussing Time's July 1 cover story about apocalypticism after 9/11.

"If we do not stop them, radical Islamists will use prisons, packed with angry and resentful men, to put an evil twist on [an old] message: Give me your tired, your poor, your huddled masses—yearning to get even."

Charles Colson, founder of Prison Fellowship, calling for a ban on Wahabbist prison chaplains.

"Some freedom fighters adopt martyrdom or suicide bombing, while others opt for other measures. But all these struggles serve the continued intifada for freedom. Therefore, we support all these causes."

Attallah Hana, Jerusalem-based maverick and Greek Orthodox priest.

"It isn't sexy enough anymore."

Bill Faris, pastor of Crown Valley Vineyard Christian Fellowship in Mission Viejo, California, on preaching about hell.

Related Elsewhere

Articles referenced above include:

Radical Islam Behind Bars—BreakPoint with Charles Colson (July 9, 2002)
Why a fiery hell gets cold shoulder—Los Angeles Times Service (July 6, 2002)
Church supports martyrdomGulf News (June 20, 2002)
On the newsstandNew York Post (June 24, 2002)
The Bible and the ApocalypseTime (June 23, 2002)

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