Highlights of the #TrumpBible

Following Donald Trump‘s latest Bible-related disaster where he couldn’t even name his favorite verse and claimed to love the Old and New Testament equally, the #TrumpBible hashtag began trending on Twitter, with people suggesting what the Good Book would look like with the Trump stamp of approval:



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When Christians Asked People to Describe God in Three Words, the Plan Backfired

The Missouri State University chapter of Cru (Campus Crusade for Christ) recently asked students to tell them “what 3 words they’d use to describe God”:

One of those students wanted to know what this was all about, so she attended their meeting last night. After singing worship songs and hearing announcements, a group leader revealed a word cloud with the most popular responses from the survey.

“There was an audible gasp,” says the tipster:

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I Hope This is the Fastest Growing Church in the Country

A week after John Oliver began his “Our Lady of Perpetual Exemption” Church on Last Week Tonight in order to expose gimmicky televangelists who want your “seed” money, we got an update on his church’s growth.

Not only were there bags full of money, there were plenty of (literal) seeds, too.

The video can be seen here.



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Josh Duggar is Lucky He Committed Forgivable Sins

The craziest thing about the Josh Duggar story is that Christians are probably more willing to forgive him for abusing his sisters and cheating on his wife than they would be if he came out as gay and wanted to be in a same-sex relationship:



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The Fringe Conspiracy Theory We’re Asked to Respect (A Parable)

You’ve probably heard of the small conspiracy theory group that’s dedicated to spreading the news of an unimaginably elaborate hoax — supposedly the largest conspiracy ever perpetuated on humanity. The group, known as Electricists, claims that electricity is an invention of the government that doesn’t occur in nature and isn’t what “they” tell us.

Electricists at the Republican Convention in tinfoil hats with anti-electricity signs


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