snake salvation

A live and let live attitude on most matters of religion could lead to a more peaceful world, but sometimes it would also mean a live and let die attitude--including by snakes or suicide.
"To most people, these [Bible passages] seem like a crazy justification to handle deadly serpents. But I evaluate these kinds
The Associated Press reported that Coots was holding a rattler when it bit him on the hand. He had been bitten eight times
Pastor Jamie Coots was part of a small group of Pentecostal Christians who handles venomous snakes during church services
“When you feel the anointing and God moves on you to take up serpents, even if one of ‘em lays fangs into you, you shall
“I’m ecstatic,” he said in a phone interview Wednesday. “All the headlines should read ‘Snake handlers have religious rights
Pastor Jamie Coots is part of a small group of Pentecostal Christians who handle venomous snakes during church services. The practice is being featured in a new National Geographic show, 'Snake Salvation,' starring Pastor Coots.
And these signs shall follow them that believe; In my name shall they cast out devils; they shall speak with new tongues