People in public office in the United States at the local, state, and federal levels are required to take an oath of office in which they swear, or affirm, to support the U.S. Constitution. This is based on Article 6, Clause 3 of that Constitution (the “Oaths Clause”). The Framers of the Constitution considered the […]
About Dr. Stephen M. Kirby, PhD
Dr. Kirby has been a repeat guest talking about Islam on a number of Des Moines, Iowa radio programs. He has made presentations on Islam to organizations in Iowa and Nebraska, and has spoken at seminars on Radical Islam and Sharia Law hosted by the Concerned Women for America of Iowa. He has spoken about Islam at the 2013 ACT! For America National Conference in Washington, DC, and the 2013 Biennial Convention of the Iowa Federation of Republican Women.
Dr. Kirby has written three books, and numerous articles, book reviews and brochures about Islam. His second book on Islam, Letting Islam Be Islam: Separating Truth From Myth, received a very positive review in an on-line publication of the Beirut Islamic University in Beirut, Lebanon; the reviewer noted that this book “provides a very deep understanding of the Koran and the Sunnah.” His latest book is titled: Islam According to Muhammad, Not Your Neighbor.
Dr. Kirby is a contributor to FrontPage Magazine and can be reached through his blog site at IslamSeries.org.
Entries by Dr. Stephen M. Kirby, PhD
“It’s more than just about having three Muslims in Congress. I think symbolically it has great value, but I won’t rest until 2020 we have five more members of Congress; 2022 and 24, we have ten more Muslims in Congress. In 2030 we may have about 30, 35 Muslims in Congress. Then we’re talking about […]
On January 4, 2007, newly elected Congressman Keith Ellison made history. He became not only the first Muslim to be elected to the United States Congress, but he also took the ceremonial oath of office holding his hand on the Koran that had been owned by Thomas Jefferson. Dozens of television cameras, including one from […]