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(RNS) For years, many religious and political conservatives in the U.S. have sought to connect Islam to violence carried out by Muslims, and argued that Muslims often fail to denounce terrorism committed by Islamic extremists. But in the wake of the horrific attacks in Norway by a right-wing extremist who identified himself as a Christian […]

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  1. Nice buddy. I do agree that the conservative faction needs to accept responsibility for inflaming and influencing peeps like The Norway Killer and the Arizona Shooter, but it didn’t seem that Norway Killer Dude was very Christian-y. I think it was more political and cultural. He was afraid that those Muslims that everyone keeps talking about (multiculturalism) was destroying Norwegian culture. I haven’t read his manifesto but word in the blogosphere is that there is not much theology in it. I think he was just Christian in name. Awesomeness.

    Kriss