Somewhere in a church basement on a weekday night, a group of Christians will meet under fluorescent lights.
We may never fully understand how it was that Antoinette Tuff persuaded a young man who appeared at her elementary school armed with an assault rifle and hundreds of rounds of ammunition to lay down his weapon.
By appealing to the noblest religious impulses, the West can stop violence against Christians.
Remember when anti-Americanism was all the rage?
Why did a penniless, itinerant rabbi from a backwater district of the Roman Empire, executed in disgrace, exert such a powerful influence on Western civilization?