Carle , Robert
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Robert Carle is a professor of theology at The King's College in Manhattan. He is an editor of Signs of Hope in the City and a contributor to Society, Human Rights Review, World Magazine, and Touchstone.


The Sufis: Islam's Anti-Terrorists

Westerners tend to think Islam's recent trajectory is one of resurgent Wahhabi-inspired extremism, but growing numbers of Muslims are adopting Sufi practices that promote peace, hope, and harmony among religions.

Date posted: 2017-07-15

Are Refugees Dangerous?

President Trump's executive order on immigration is deeply troubling, because it inflicts suffering on "the least of these" for political gain. This demeans the office of the President and robs the United States of its moral high ground in the War on Terror.

Date posted: 2017-03-08

Give Me Liberty and Give Me Death: Belgium's Brave New Euthanasia Regime

Belgium has the most permissive euthanasia laws in the world, and one of every twenty deaths in Belgium is now deliberately caused. Suicide is becoming a moral obligation in a culture that promotes euthanasia as a dignified exit that offers relief to caregivers.

Date posted: 2015-09-27

When government bans therapy for teens

Two US states have laws violating the rights of parents and children to seek counseling for same-sex attraction.

Date posted: 2013-12-01