Results from a recent survey by the Pew Research Center for People and the Press show that Christian churches are not teaching their members to be accepting of other people. They’re merely teaching them to be accepting of other Christians.
Satanic Panic by Jeffrey S. Victor is a great book for its empirical thoroughness, tracking the spread of rumors about Satanic cults across the United States in the 1980s, documenting a complete lack of evidence for actual cult activity, and working to explain how an
Rick Warren is an evangelical who refers to pro-choice women in America as Nazis. Barack Obama just chose him to deliver a religious invocation at the inauguration of the President of the United States of America. No, I’m not exaggerating. The following are remarks made
Thomas Muthee accused Mama Jane of being a sorceress – a witch who was engaging in spiritual warfare to curse to town of Kiambu. Muthee’s proof of Mama Jane’s witchcraft? There had been three car accidents in the neighborhood of the clinic where Mama Jane worked.
A Christian supporter of Sarah Palin hurls profane insults at Irregular Times and tells us that we’re going to Hell. Why do journalists call these people “values voters”?
The church has already developed some prophecies that reflect upon Sarah Palin’s position as Governor, and as a Vice Presidential candidate. The church’s leaders are proclaiming their belief that Wasilla is the key to God’s plans for Alaska, the United States, and the entire world.