Phoenix Woman Accused of Killing Atheist Victim, Then Keeping the Body as a “Shrine From God”

According to a disturbing story coming out of Phoenix, 39-year-old Anitra Braxton shot and killed a non-religious woman for the “sin” of not believing in God, then kept the body in her house as a “shrine from God.”

Braxton was arrested on Saturday after cops, acting on a tip, visited her home and saw the unnamed victim lying on the couch in a pool of blood:

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Christian Woman Says She Redirected Texas Tornadoes That Killed Nearly a Dozen People

On the day after Christmas, nearly a dozen Texans were killed as a result of tornadoes in the region. It was horrifying, it was unexpected, and it was exactly what one Christian woman was praying for, apparently.

Sabrina Lowe told NPR affiliate reporter Bill Zeeble that she prayed for the tornado to get the hell away from her, because that’s how nature works, don’t you know:

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Georgia Muslim Family Gets Surprise on Their Olive Garden Bill

On Christmas Eve, a group of twelve Muslims, the women wearing hijabs and everyone speaking Arabic, went to dinner at an Olive Garden in Georgia. If you’re even slightly observant of the religious tension in our country, this situation doesn’t sound like it’ll end well.

So grab a tissue, cynic. This is good news.

When the group requested the check, they were surprised to see the waitress bring a paid bill instead, with a message from a stranger:

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Kentucky County Home to Noah’s Ark Theme Park Will Now Allow Sale of Alcohol

Last Tuesday, 56% of voters in Grant County, Kentucky decided to lift the ban on alcohol sales, a result that’s being attributed largely to the turnout of young voters.

That means you’ll soon be able to purchase drinks before heading to Ark Encounter, the Noah’s Ark theme park. I’d call that ironic, except the alcohol may be necessary.

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Christian “Apostle” Does Damage Control After Release of Deposition Videos for Wasting Church Money

David E. Taylor of Joshua Media Ministries International in St. Louis knows that there’s an easy life ahead for the morally bankrupt.

First, you start a non-profit ministry. Next, you tell your congregation that Jesus visits you personally, He made you an “apostle,” and He gave you the powers to introduce others to Him — literally. Soon the cash will start to roll in as desperate, gullible people vie for preferential treatment. And before you know it, you’ll be living in a $2.8 million mansion, driving a Bentley, wearing Louis Vuitton, and taking luxury vacations that nobody in the church dares to question! Piece of cake.

Unless you get caught. Don’t get caught. Because then you might be under investigation for financial corruption.

The video of “Apostle” Taylor’s seven-hour deposition in a Michigan court shows a visibly nervous man chewing his bottom lip, pretending to be confused by the attorney’s questions and making pitiful excuses for his frivolous purchases.

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