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Televangelist fires a new salvo in the "War on Christmas."
Disgraced televangelist said the first horseman of the Apocalypse is here.
Joel Richardson also said the devil is 'subverting' Black Lives Matter demonstrations.
Moore said that Trump's "personal morality is clear because of his own boasts. His attitude toward women is that of a Bronze
Veteran political observer Jeff Greenfield noted that Iowa might have "false importance." But so now does Bernie Sanders
The jury is still out as to whether mega churches are good for our society or not. As a culture, we have learned that bigger isn't always better. Either way, mega churches, with their vast outreach, do have responsibilities to their communities, state and nation.
Only time will tell whether more evangelical leaders will add their voices to the chorus calling for full and unapologetic inclusion of homosexuals in the life of the church.
The point is not that Televangelists are scoundrels, or that many Christian pastors are hypocrites, but that these grand ministry failures represent examples of what many mainstream churches have, in desperation, come to believe is relevant.
In a mellow Southern accent he shares a memory from his own childhood, when a friend at school brought him a football one day out of the blue, and how happy that made him feel. "And believe me, when I was a kid I had everything."
Why do so many Christians -- especially fundamentalists and evangelicals -- so often fail to discern the themes of peace and justice that are so central to the biblical vision of the kingdom of God?
What is admittedly hard to understand is why Tiger would cheat on such a beautiful woman with such a cast of losers, but