Daniel G. Jennings
Daniel G. Jennings is a freelance writer and journalist who lives and works in Denver, Colorado. He grew up in Colorado and studied history and journalism at the Metropolitan State College of Denver. Before embarking on a career as a freelance writer and journalist, Jennings worked as a reporter and editor for daily and weekly newspapers in five states. He has also worked as a security guard, a store detective and a shipping clerk. Jennings' journalism has appeared in several national trade magazines, while his editorial writing has appeared in The Denver Post and on a number of web sites. Jennings' interests include history, fiction, travel, politics, religion, philosophy, Asian cuisine, journalism, and downhill skiing. He is now hard at work on his next novel.
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- A Few Moral Problems With Pacifism
- A Religious Kook Speaks Out
- Black Racism and the Beltway Snipers: A Media Double Standard
- Communism is Religion
- Could Bush's Faith-Based Policies Undermine the War on Terror?
- Denver Initiative: Left Wing Assault on Separation of Church and State in Name of "Peace"
- How Should Secularists View the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict?
- I Am Not a Christian Because I Am a Moral Person
- St. Paul: Adolph Hitler, Joseph Stalin and Saddam Hussein--Ministers of God
- The Cultural Left: Making the World Safe for Fundamentalism
- The Morality of the Christ?
- Thoughts on the Peace Movement
- Why I Support the War
- Why I'm Not A Christian, Part Two