Author: Erin Rodewald
Erin Rodewald is a Los Angeles-based strategist, writer and researcher/editor specializing in foreign policy, international relations and American politics. With more than 20 years of communication experience, she has served as the press secretary for the president of the Los Angeles City Council and has provided strategic public relations council for public affairs, business-to-business and high tech clients. Erin served on the team that organized and executed the international events and initiatives commemorating the Ronald Reagan Centennial Celebration. She is the co-owner of a high tech public relations firm and holds an MPP from Pepperdine University. Follow Erin on Twitter @EDRodewald.
In Search of Greener Pastures: A Comparison of Two-Party and Multiparty Political SystemsThursday, October 27, 2016
How did we end up with two such flawed candidates? Has the two-party system failed the voters? Would the nation be better served by a multiparty system?
Honoring the ‘Father of Zionism’Monday, October 3, 2016
A tribute to William E. Blackstone’s efforts to promote warm and respectful Christian-Jewish relations, and his diplomatic campaigns for a Jewish homeland.
On Foreign Policy: The Candidates in Their Own WordsMonday, September 19, 2016
Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton. What distinguishes these presidential candidates on foreign policy and what should voters be looking for?
Is Jesus Worth It? A Review of ‘The Insanity of God: A True Story of Faith Resurrected’Tuesday, August 30, 2016
“The Insanity of God” is an intense book depicting the struggles, heartbreak and power of God evident in the lives of Nik and Ruth Ripken.
Christianity on the Brink: They Say We are InfidelsThursday, June 23, 2016
Mindy Belz chronicles the persecution of Iraq’s indigenous Christian community in her newly released, first-hand account, They Say We Are Infidels.
The New Iranian Hostage CrisisMonday, July 6, 2015
Despite the West’s desire for a new and enlightened Iran, the regime that held 52 Americans hostage for 444 days in 1979 is the same regime that holds four Americans captive today.
Victory over ISIS Requires Pulling the Right LeversThursday, June 4, 2015
At the end of the day, a winning strategy against ISIS will require more than stopping the flow of money and foreign fighters.
No Church Bells Rang: Ancient Communities Under AttackMonday, May 18, 2015
Sister Diana Momeka visited the U.S. to testify about atrocities committed by the Islamic State, says Christians are called to be a force for good.
A Mother’s Heart: Remembering Iraq’s Persecuted on Mother’s DayFriday, May 8, 2015
As Mother’s Day approaches, we remember for the persecuted mothers of the Middle East and pray for their deliverance.