In late August a group of about two dozen African-American pastors staged a protest outside of the National Portrait Gallery in Washington, D.C. The National Portrait Gallery isn’t the kind of D.C. landmark you normally associate with protests, but then again, this wasn’t your standard-issue D.C. protest. It was an attempt to set a long-distorted […]
You may be used to cross-stitches quoting Bible verses on Grandma’s wall, but these works have a decidedly hipper …Read More
There were the devout Bible students executed in a Charleston church and the two young women shot from behind while enjoying a silly sex comedy in a Louisiana theater and the 1,433 everyday, anonymous, quickly forgotten gun deaths during the weeks in between. Show More Summary
The Bible's teaching about returning fallen ministers to the pulpit. “Genuine forgiveness does not necessarily imply restoration to leadership,” former CT editor Kenneth Kantzer once wrote after the moral failure of several prominent evangelical leaders. Show More Summary
Donald Trump would rather not say what kinds of guns he owns. I wonder why.
Let me start out by saying: "I AM A CRITIC OF THE SO-CALLED 'CATHOLIC CHURCH'. They insert worship of 'The Virgin Mary', obscuring 'Jesus' There is no provision for a 'Commander On Earth' in the bible They have a history of ultimately...Show More Summary
State prosecutors in South Carolina will reportedly seek the death penalty for Dylann Roof, the 21-year-old accused of fatally shooting nine black people attending Bible study at Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church in Charleston in June. According to court documents filed on Thursday, the prosecutors thought the death penalty was warranted... More »
Kourtney Kardashian has turned to a higher source in her struggles to move on from Scott Disick. The reality star has shared yet another profound quote on Instagram, this one coming straight from the bible. View Slideshow: 15 PhotosShow More Summary
According to media reports, prosecutors will seek the death penalty for Dylann Roof Storm, the 21-year-old man charged with massacring nine African-Americans attending a Bible study in Charleston.
Dylann Roof, 21, is accused of killing nine black churchgoers during a Bible study in Charleston, South Carolina
If you want to prevent more mass shootings in the United States, what do you do?Pass gun control legislation? Hire more cops? Have stricter background checks?According to Spike's Tactical, a gun manufacturer in Apopka, Florida, you don't need to bother with any of those things. Show More Summary
The white man accused of killing nine black churchgoers during a Bible study will face the death penalty, according to court documents filed Thursday.
Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump hasn’t been shy on the campaign trail about his Presbyterian faith…. He’s also professed his love for the Bible on many occasions, calling it “the greatest book of all time.” But when given the opportunity to share one or two of his favorite Bible verses, he was uncharacteristically mum…. Show More Summary
A gun manufacturer wanted to make sure that Muslim terrorists would never be able to use their weapon. So in a stroke of genius, they designed a gun with a
Jesus is so proud of you While some gun shops and ranges have been drawing in the rubes by declaring themselves “Muslim-free zones,” a Florida gun manufacturer has hit on the ultimate in anti-Muslim marketing: a semiautomatic rifle that no Muslim would ever dare touch, because it has a Bible verse inscribed on it. Show More Summary
A Texas sheriff said police critics should shut up because he believes law enforcement officers are granted their authority by God. Randy Meeks, the Hunt County sheriff, published a print-only guest editorial in the local Herald-Banner, citing Bible verses to argue that police officers are tasked...
The rape in Judges 19 is terrible, but it also shows us how God sees sexual abuse. The post 5 Unexpected Lessons From a Bible Story I Hate appeared first on OnFaith.
Strange things are going on at a government-run Facebook page. When the Oklahoma Bureau of Narcotics posts an anti-marijuana news story on Facebook you better believe everyone comes out to talk about it in the comments section. That's...Show More Summary
The Oklahoma Bureau of Narcotics sauntered into theological territory during a Facebook discussion on medical marijuana. The law enforcement agency posted an anti-weed story on its social media page, and pro-pot advocate Shelly Garrison McMillan commented that Jesus used marijuana as anointing oil...
A Florida gun manufacturer is facing criticism for creating an assault rifle with a Bible verse on it that's meant to stop "Muslim terrorists" from using it. Images of the AR-15 Crusader rifle posted online by Spike's Tactical in Apopka...Show More Summary