This may be the most despicable thing a religious leader could do to a young believer.
Ted Crockett, a spokesman for Republican Alabama Senate candidate Roy Moore, apparently just found out that lawmakers don't have to be sworn into office with a Christian Bible. The lesson was delivered during a Tuesday interview with CNN's Jake Tapper. Show More Summary
Thoughtful Alabama Christians stepped across divide. How about us? I’ve said before that the alleged behavior of Alabama Senate Candidate Roy “10 Commandments” Moore toward teenage girls was perfectly biblical. I’ll stand by that, citing chapter and verse. (Other Christians or former Christians...
Yesterday, before Democrat Doug Jones beat Republican child predator Roy Moore in the Alabama Senate election, we were entertained by an idiot spokesperson for Moore on CNN. Ted Crockett, said spokesperson, was talking to Jake Tapper,...Show More Summary
"The New Testament, after all, is not a store of ancient wonders like the Hebrew Bible. It's a grab bag of reportage, rumor, folk memory, and on-the-hoof mysticism produced by regular people, everyday babblers and clunkers, under the pressure of a supremely irregular event - namely, the life and death and resurrection of Jesus Christ. […]
Roy Moore’s campaign spokesman says Muslims shouldn’t be in US Congress because they have to swear on the Bible. He responds with silence, mouth agape, when @jaketapper informs him that’s not the case https://t.co/gFHyW4rzRC pic.twitter.com/1V7JI0CyWJ — CNN (@CNN) December 13, 2017
It’s one of the most common expressions found in job descriptions and postings, but it might be sending the wrong message. There’s a section in The 22 Immutable Laws of Branding, Al and Laura Reis’s 2002 branding bible, about the importance of “owning” the word or phrase you want customers to associate with your business. Show More Summary
Our picks for the books most likely to shape evangelical life, thought, and culture. C ould any Bible verse double as a mission statement for CT’s books section? Perhaps Philippians 4:8, which calls us to dwell on whatever is “true,”...Show More Summary
Freedom Fighters - Standing up for your faith in what you believe in that's a freedom fighter. It seems like our freedoms are slowly being taken away as Christians. It's getting to where we can pray are radar Bible in schools are in public or work. Show More Summary
Moore spokesman Ted Crockett was crushed and speechless when Jake Tapper explained to him that swearings-in did not have to be done on a Christian Bible. Tapper was addressing Moore's contention that Muslims aren't fit to serve in Congress, asking Crockett why he believes such a thing. "Because you have to swear on the Bible," Crockett said. Show More Summary
Former Alabama GOP Senate candidate Roy Moore on Tuesday declined to concede the race to Democrat Doug Jones, telling a crowd of supporters, “it’ not over.” Moore made the remark shortly after Jones’ victory speech. The former judge lamented he’s been “painted in an unfavorable and unfaithful...
A spokesman for the Moore campaign was left literally slack-jawed this after when CNN’s Jake Tapper took him to school on Moore’s claim that Muslims cannot serve in Congress because the oath of office requires swearing on a bible. Tapper: “You don’t actually have to swear on a Christian bible. Show More Summary
Roy Moore's spokesman believes Muslims and atheists can't be members of Congress because they would have to swear an oath on the Bible.That's not true.
Roy Moore's spokesman was a deer in the headlights when he got into a brief, but epic, debate with CNN's Jake Tapper about Muslims swearing on Bibles. Ted Crockett was a guest on Tapper's show Tuesday when Tapper asked him why Moore doesn't believe…
Including a deafening silence on the subject of Bibles.
by Rich Smith Roy Moore campaign spokesman responds with silence when asked if he knew people can be sworn in with a text other than the Christian bible pic.twitter.com/B65qIKBjlI— The Lead CNN (@TheLeadCNN) December 12, 2017 In an interview...Show More Summary
A campaign spokesman for Alabama Senate candidate Roy Moore appeared on CNN's "The Lead" for an interview with Jake Tapper on Tuesday. He seemed to suggest that members of Congress would have had to swear on the Holy Bible and appeared...Show More Summary
The massive placard spelled the word “Watchtower” — referencing the former owner of the building, the Watchtower Bible and Tract Society, also known as the Jehovah’s Witnesses — in 15-foot red letters.
2 years after man remembered as a ‘walking Bible’ was slain, his family still seeks answers
The new tax reform bill has led to an intense debate over whether it would help or hurt the poor. Tax reform in general raises critical issues about whether the government should redistribute income and promote equality in the first place. Jews and Christians look to the Bible for guidance about...