John Hagee

Trump's hand-picked pastors didn't speak directly to evangelicals. They didn't have to.
Senator McCain admits that he was wrong in the past. He should, of course, be ashamed of his record, which includes far more than just a vote against a national holiday for Dr. King.
It will be difficult for Religious Right leaders to position themselves as the principled guardians of "family values" after
In repeated sermons from 2004 to 2009 Bickle has predicted that in the coming end-times God will send "fishers" to convert Jews to Christianity and later, when two thirds of Jews reject such evangelizing efforts, send "hunters" to persecute and slaughter them, as part of God's judgment for "perversion and sin" in a second, divinely mandated Holocaust.
While John Hagee has for decades loudly and publicly condemned anti-Semitism, his writings and sermons have nonetheless promoted some of the most influential and inflammatory anti-Jewish tropes of the modern era.
So are you ready for the end of the world? But did you know that the moon will appear to be red in color and that this is
DeLay, who was convicted of money laundering and conspiracy charges before a Texas appeals court overturned the conviction
This article has been updated to include John Hagee's apology to the national director of the Anti-Defamation League for
Just like a prism that refracts white (really invisible) light into seven colors, the Torah itself refracts the unknowable and invisible truth into a rainbow of possibilities.
Whatever our differences we should all be able to agree that Hitler was not sent by God to convert Jews to Christianity; that Catholicism, Mormonism and Islam, like all religions, are protected by the Constitution; and that Oprah Winfrey is not the Antichrist.
Similar to the criteria used by other list makers, I chose my candidates from around the world and from all walks of life. The list includes, politicians, activists, business giants and more.
Texas Governor Rick Perry's choice of allies in launching a massive evangelical "prayer rally" in Houston next month belies his claim that it will be "apolitical" or even quasi-tolerant of non-Christians.
By Adelle M. Banks Religion News Service WASHINGTON (RNS) As evangelicals and other social conservatives gather here this
GOP 2012 presidential aspirants, courting their party's religious fundamentalist base are making truly outrageous comments about Islam and Muslims.
When Sen. John McCain (R-Ariz.) accepted the endorsement of Texas megachurch pastor John Hagee in 2008, the result was a
No religious idea has greater potential for shaping global politics in profoundly negative ways than "the new world order," which has gained fresh currency in the midst of today's revolutions.
Using the logic of some prominent Republicans, Democrats could contend that this monster snow storm was God's retribution for the election of the Republican majority in the House. Of course, that would be just plain dumb.
There is no way to get on the inside of the who-is-chosen question without unpacking the quirky relationship Evangelicals have with Jews, both embracing them and condemning them to eternal damnation.
By Michele Chabin Religion News Service JERUSALEM (RNS) When Texas megachurch pastor John Hagee wrapped up a visit to Israel
To the Christian Zionists "defending Israel" is just a handy pretext for indulging their obsession: egging on, even "helping" the fulfillment of "biblical prophecies" about the "return of Christ."