"When the "enemy" is different, an outsider, it's easier to draw quick conclusions, to develop stereotypes. It's simply human nature: There is "us," and there is "them." But what happens when the enemy looks like us from the same tradition and belief system?That is the conundrum in the case of Norway and Anders Behring Brevik, who is being called a "Christian extremist" or "Christian terrorist."As westerners wrestle with such characterizations of the Oslo mass murder suspect, the question arises: Nearly a decade after 9/11 created a widespread suspicion of Muslims based on the actions of a fanatical few, is this what it's like to walk a mile in the shoes of stereotype?"Read more: http://news.yahoo.com/christian-terrorist-norway-case-strikes-debate-181559379.htmlI just read this same article in our local new paper. I have a feeling it's going to become really easy to "peg" Christians as terrorists in the near future. Oh Lord Jesus give us courage and strength!