Vasko Kohlmayer

Born and raised under communism, Vasko Kohlmayer is a naturalized American citizen. His work has appeared in various newspapers, magazines and internet journals.

Most Recent Articles by Vasko Kohlmayer:

Eviscerating Christianity: On Hell and Exclusivity of Christ

Jun 29, 2011 — Vasko Kohlmayer

Quaker minister and bestselling author Philip Gulley has always had a knack for being controversial.

His latest book The Evolution of Faith: How God Is Creating a Better Christianity continues that trend. Even though it only came out very recently, it is already causing quite a stir.

Challenge to Christians: How Christian Are You?

Jun 24, 2011 — Vasko Kohlmayer

A pointed quiz has been recently put out by a Texas-based group that calls itself Changing the Face of Christianity.

Testimony Wrought in Blood

Apr 24, 2011 — Vasko Kohlmayer

During this Easter season we once again commemorate history’s pivotal event: the rising from the dead of an itinerant Jewish rabbi called Jesus of Nazareth.

Don’t Trust Them

Apr 20, 2011 — Vasko Kohlmayer

On Tuesday a shock-wave ran through the world’s markets. It was set off by an advisory issued by one of the premier credit rating companies regarding the long-term creditworthiness of the US federal government. This is how the Wall Street Journal reported it:

Who He Is

Dec 25, 2010 — Vasko Kohlmayer

This column first appeared on American Thinker.

Some two thousand years ago, the man whose birthday we celebrate during this season was walking with his disciples through a region which is today known as the Golan Heights. As they were making their way through those hilly parts, Jesus turned to his companions and asked: “Who do people say that I am?”

Money and the State

Aug 10, 2010 — Vasko Kohlmayer

In the introduction to What Has Government Done to Our Money, Murray Rothbard – one of last century’s most brilliant economists – made an incisive observation. Rothbard noticed that most people, including most of those who consider themselves free marketers, “never think of state control of money as interference in the free market.”

America’s Public Debt Explained

May 18, 2010 — Vasko Kohlmayer

I recently wrote an essay in which I argued that the dollar will eventually collapse due to the excessive debt burden of the American federal government. My conclusion was challenged by the writer Jon Hall, who argued that I painted too dire a picture. In his article he challenged my assessment of both the national debt and unfunded entitlement liabilities.

The Greatest Story ever Told

Dec 25, 2009 — Vasko Kohlmayer

imageSomeone once called the birth and life of Jesus Christ the greatest story ever told. Rightly so, for no other story offers such a powerful and sublime mixture of wonder, pain, hope and love. Paradoxically, the very thing that makes this story so irresistible to some also stands as a stumbling block to others, because to them its claims seem so fantastic that they could hardly be true.

The Next 100 Years

Feb 7, 2009 — Vasko Kohlmayer

The Next 100 Years: A Forecast for the 21st Century
By George Friedman
Doubleday, $15.57, 272 pp.


The Man behind Christmas

Dec 23, 2008 — Vasko Kohlmayer

imageEven though Christmas is widely considered the most exciting and joyous of holidays most of us know very little about the person in whose honor it is celebrated. If you asked fifty random people to explain who the man who gave this season its name was, you would get uneven response. The answers would likely include such varied designations as a great moral teacher, a charismatic religious leader, a powerful preacher, a heroic martyr and a revolutionary social reformer.