What on earth is happening to our society?
CN Morning Rundown: Court Upholds Double Firing of Christian Official Who Expressed Biblical Views on Marriage
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The governor does not consider religious services "essential," so people cannot leave their homes to go to church or to other homes for a Bible study.
His now-progressive faith is reflected in his children's books—which emphasize God's radical, inclusive love—as well as his other writings.
"I have friends who are gay; we have sex workers who attend our church; we have millionaires and those on welfare," Young said. "We accept everybody, but it doesn't mean we approve of their behavior."
Hint: It involved one of America's favorite sweet treats.
We are who our God says we are.
Liberty states there were no known cases of COVID-19 at the university, but "The New York Times" reported just the opposite.
He has organized a petition, "Let Us Worship," which he will deliver to Washington, D.C., next week with what he hopes will be 100,000 signatures.
This doctor says it starts with a biblical understanding of authority.
The organization's history tells the tale.
The ability to relate to a person on their level, show genuine concern and love them regardless of their lifestyle is the mark of true Christianity. Unfortunately, Christians often embrace one of two extremes.
Apparently, there is nothing sacrosanct about the number two. Any potential number will do, as long as the relationships are based on "love."
"I felt like such a hypocrite because my walk wasn't matching my talk."
"If you spent any time around him at all, you knew he loved Jesus, his country and his family."
If there is any cultural icon who deserves to be cancelled for racist attitudes, it is Charles Darwin.
We need to get to the root of the issue here.
Here are 25 ways to tell if you have a religious spirit.
"Hey, if this is what God has put in your heart, go after it with all that you are."
Instagram has designated videos of live worship on the streets to be in violation of community guidelines, calling the content "harmful."
The backlash has been pretty staunch.