Friday's inauguration speech included references to the Bible and the Almighty Creator.
Christianity has been a part of the presidential inauguration since George Washington laid his hand on a Bible for the very first swearing-in. Incoming presidents have invited pastors to give invocations, quoted the Old and New Testaments liberally and gone to prayer services before and after the ceremony. So it was not unusual that Donald…
A kindergartner’s mother sued her public school system in West Virginia, saying a 75-year practice of putting kids in Bible classes violates the U.S. and state constitutions.
The White House page on climate change was scrubbed from the Internet, perhaps the very instant President Evil Tangerine put his teeny hand on his Bible 4 Kidz. It's been replaced with a new "American First Energy Plan," which proclaims...Show More Summary
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Donald Trump delivered his as first speech as president of the United States on Friday morning. Trump gave the address after raising his right hand and putting his left on a Bible used by Abraham Lincoln and repeating the oath of office, with U.S. Show More Summary
There was plenty of God talk during the Inauguration festivities, with bibles, religious oaths, and multiple invocations. And it's not going to stop there.
Why it's good for Protestants to hear from the Apocrypha. When Cardinal Timothy Dolan moved to the podium to pray at President-elect Donald Trump’s inauguration, his prayer may have struck you as oddly familiar. The passage he prayed from is very similar to Solomon’s prayer for wisdom in 1 Kings 3. Show More Summary
Today is inauguration day, when both Donald Trump and Mike Pence will be sworn in as president and vice president, respectively. It’s already been announced that Justice Clarence Thomas will
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Books, beds, bibles and beer.
Just before noon, Donald Trump will stand in front of the U.S. Capitol, place his hand on Abraham Lincoln's Bible and take the oath of office as the next president … Click to Continue »
Now is the time for the church to embrace the radical, ordinary influence of faith. Today, on the steps of the United States Capitol, Donald John Trump will place his left hand on a Bible and swear to “faithfully execute the Office of...Show More Summary
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Harding and Carter chose the same scripture
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by Eric Teetsel, president, Family Policy Alliance of Kansas I was put to shame last week. This is what happened. A friend told my wife that a doctor had given a talk at her women’s group at church on transgender issues. My wife mentioned it to me. Show More Summary
Mike Pence will use Ronald Reagan's Bible and be sworn in by Justice Clarence Thomas.
Donald Trump will place his hand on the Bible and swear an oath to serve the United States. Here's how religion made its way into the ceremony... and the government.