A commissioner in Lawrence County, Indiana this week voted to discontinue the county’s needle exchange, citing the Bible in his decision to end a program that drastically reduces the probability drug users will contract blood-borne viruses like HIV. As NBC News reports, Rodney Fish, one of the...
... at the rebuilt Catholic Church on Library Mall here in Madison, photographed today. The long view, with the Bible verse...... and the closeup, with a view of the painter:
It is entirely possible to adopt a pro-life position based solely on reason. After all, science shows us that the baby’s heart starts beating at 24 days after conception; brain waves can be detected 43 days after fertilization. Since every being in creation has a beginning, conception is the logical marker for determining the initiation […]
1From Paul, a blogger at Thinking Out Loud, to the church online; 2Greetings and welcome to today’s topic. 3Can you imagine if I were to write a book and give a number to every one or two sentences? 4It would break up the reading for sure, 5And people would consider it somewhat pompous. 6While it […]
People panicked when the man started saying "death is not the end."
President Trump, Louie Giglio, and David Platt all cite top psalm after Las Vegas attack. The morning after hundreds of country music fans were shot at a Las Vegas festival, President Donald Trump called on God to comfort grieving families...Show More Summary
This bench is a wonderful tribute to a wonderful student.But right now, it's breaking the law.
She never should have included the Bible verse in her emails, but the District responded perfectly.
According to Christian numerologist David Meade, a verse in the Bible proves the end of the world is nigh on Sept. 23, 2017. Read more...
The Mounds (OK) Police Chief thinks posting Bible verses online is a way to bring people together.
A recurring outrage theme on the internet is hard-working restaurant servers whose "tips" turn out to be fake US currency printed with Bible verses, bearing the reassurance that these are "more valuable than money." (more…)
Which Bible verses are they referencing...?
The Freedom from Religion Foundation claims that it’s unconstitutional for Florida Sen. Marco Rubio to tweet Bible verses, as he often does [complaint letter] The question of when officials’ social media feeds should be deemed governmental...Show More Summary
SACRAMENTO (KTXL) -- "For God so loved the world that he gave his one and only son, that whoever believes in him shall not perish but have eternal life." -- John 3:16, a Bible verse many consider to be the gospel in a nutshell. Read more... Permalink | Email this | Linking Blogs | Comments
An atheist group has demanded that Sen. Marco Rubio stop tweeting Bible verses claiming that it’s against the Constitution. From the Christian Post: The nation’s largest atheist organization is demanding that Sen. Marco Rubio, R-Fla., stop tweeting Bible verses from his Twitter account, telling him that doing so is a violation of the United States […]
Mario Rubio is under fire from the alt-left for quoting scripture on social media.
Almost every day for the past three months, Rubio slips a pithy message from The Good Book into his Twitter feed.
Some of the problems in this District are things you learn in Church/State Separation 101.Why on earth would administrators allow the violations to continue for so long?