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Noted author, analyst to share views on radical Islam

April 27th, 2005

CONTACT: Craig Smith (540) 338-8703 ccsmith@phc.edu

PURCELLVILLE, VA – Paul Marshall, a Senior Fellow at Freedom House's Center for Religious Freedom, will present a special address titled "Understanding Radical Islam" on April 27, 2005 at 8:30pm in Nash Auditorium on the campus of Patrick Henry College. Marshall has lectured in many countries, and is the General Editor of Religious Freedom in the World: A Global Report on Freedom and Persecution (2000) and author of the award-winning survey of religious persecution worldwide, Their Blood Cries Out (1997) which was described in the U.S. Senate as "a powerful and persuasive analysis... which simply cannot be ignored."

He is also the author and editor of eighteen other books, including Islam at the Crossroads (2002); God and the Constitution (2002); The Talibanization of Nigeria (2002); Massacre at the Millennium (2001); Egypt's Endangered Christians (1999); Heaven is not My Home (1998); Just Politics (1998); A Kind of Life Imposed on Man (1996). His latest book, Radical Islam's Rules: the Worldwide Spread of Extreme Sharia Law, has just been released by Rowman and Littlefield.

Mr. Marshall's writings have been translated into Russian, German, Dutch, Spanish, Portuguese, Japanese, Malay, Korean, Arabic and Chinese. He has been interviewed on ABC, CBS, CNN, PBS, BBC, Fox, Al-Jazeera, and the Australian, Canadian, and South African Broadcasting Corporations. His work has been published or been the subject of articles in several hundred newspapers and magazines.

Located in Purcellville, Virginia, just 50 miles from the nation's capital, Patrick Henry College is a classical Christian liberal arts college dedicated to timeless biblical values and the spirit of the American founding. Since opening its doors in 2000, PHC has been training men and women to lead the nation and shape the culture. A PHC education combines rigorous academics, a biblical worldview, a classical liberal arts core curriculum, and apprenticeship methodologies to produce graduates who are uniquely qualified to serve God and mankind.

 

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