Bride in Front-Page Gay Wedding Story Dies of Brain Cancer

A couple of weeks ago, the Laurel Leader-Call in Mississippi ran a front page story celebrating the first-ever gay wedding ceremony in the area (even if the marriage was not legally recognized):

There’s some sad news to report: The couple in the picture were Jessica Powell and Crystal Craven and, on Monday, Craven died from a brain tumor. She was only 34… [Read more...]

Pastor Jack Schaap: Jesus Blessed My Affair with an Underage Girl

The more we hear about Pastor Jack Schaap, the worse his story gets.

First, it was an extra-marital affair.

Then, it was an extra-marital affair with a teenager.

Now, we learn, it was an extra-marital affair with a teenager that was approved by Jesus Christ: [Read more...]

Why Won’t Marcus Mumford Call Himself a Christian? I Have a Few Theories…

In the cover story for the latest issue of Rolling Stone, Marcus Mumford of Mumford & Sons explains why he doesn’t call himself a Christian:

Lillian Daniel at RELEVANT Magazine is annoyed by Mumford’s admission: [Read more...]

Christian Pastor: I Carry My Wife Around the House Every Day to Show Her Who’s Boss

Our favorite misogynistic pastor, Steven Anderson of the Faithful Word Baptist Church in Tempe, Arizona is back to tell us about his morning rituals with his family. (His previous sermons include one about how his wife cooks for him and another about how women shouldn’t have a say in how our country is run.)

Anderson talks about how one of the things he does every morning is carry his wife across the house and back (3:41): [Read more...]

A School Prayer Bill in Oklahoma Will Allow for More Student-Led, Administration-Supported Proselytization

Just days after the Mississippi legislature passed an unnecessary bill that would allow for even more Christian privilege in public schools, lawmakers in Oklahoma are doing the same thing, with much of the same language.

Rep. John Bennett sponsored and passed HB 1940 (PDF), which “guarantees the right of school students to talk about God and other religious subjects at school.” [Read more...]


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