May 26, 2019

THE controversy in Birmingham over the teaching of relationship lessons took a remarkable turn yesterday when the city’s 23rd Pride festival, which attracted tens of thousands of people, was led for the first time by Muslim community groups. This would have delighted British anti-extremist campaigner, Maajid Nawaz, inset, who earlier used his slot on LBC Radio to encourage Muslims to show support for schools who have been under siege by mainly Muslim zealots who claim that “No Outsiders” lessons taught in… Read more

May 26, 2019

CHRISTIANS will leave Maine in their droves, and many will be discouraged to settle in the state as a result of a bill ending most religious exemptions for mandatory childhood vaccines. The dire warning was sounded earlier this month by Republican  state Senator Lisa Keim, above, when the Maine Senate voted 18-17 to remove religious exemptions from the state’s school vaccination law. Keim said: We are pushing religious people out of our great state. And we will also be closing the… Read more

May 25, 2019

I HAVE learned over many decades of writing about religion that there are two types of baloney spouted by the members of the God squad. One is that what is said makes sense in a purely theological context, but to non-believers is pure balderdash. The other is that their utterances are an incomprehensible mélange of words which I defy anyone to understand. Today I came across the latter in a report about the different views Christians and Muslims have about the… Read more

May 25, 2019

A COMPREHENSIVE investigation into Catholic sexual abuse in Michigan resulted in charges being filed this week against five priests who served in dioceses in Detroit, Lansing and Kalamazoo. The state’s Attorney General Dana Nessel , above, yesterday (Friday) revealed that they have been charged with various counts of criminal sexual conduct. Four of them were arrested this week in Arizona, California, Florida and Michigan, and that the fifth awaits extradition from India. A sixth priest faces an administrative complaint and… Read more

May 25, 2019

TO the enormous displeasure of Archbishop Jesús Carlos Cabrero Romero, above, the state of San Luis Potosí in central Mexico legalised same-sex marriage on May 16. Romero immediately went on the offensive, saying in a statement that: The fact that a law has been passed by congress does not imply a priori that said law is good or morally right. Ever since the most ancient times, marriage has been understood as being between two different but complementary parties: a man… Read more

May 24, 2019

STUNG by the international outcry he caused when he recently announced death by stoning for gay sex and adultery under new Islamic laws, the dictatorial Sultan of Brunei first announced a moratorium on the death penalty, and it’s now been revealed that he has surrendered an honorary degree after Oxford University raised concerns about his country’s strict new anti-LGBT laws. The university said it opened a review: In the light of concerns about the new penal code. In a statement… Read more

May 24, 2019

FOOTAGE has emerged of ultra-Orthodox Jewish men abandoning a Eurovision protest in Jerusalem and  fleeing when a small group of women peeled off their tops. The women’s action, according to this report, accomplished what the police failed to do. Up until the women stripped scores of police, backed up by officers on horseback, had been struggling to break up a demonstration sparked by sabbath preparations for the Eurovision Song Contest final broadcast last Saturday in Tel Aviv. Although the broadcast… Read more

May 23, 2019

WHAT you’re seeing above is a visual of a giant Christian monument due to be completed in the UK city of Birmingham by 2022 – and the mobius strip-shaped structure will be made up of bricks that will ‘tell visitors ‘a million stories of answered prayers’. Pray, how how on earth will this happen? This video explains: The structure will be erected by UK design firm Snug Architects which won a competition run by the Royal Institute of British Architects…. Read more

May 22, 2019

A BRITISH nurse who told a cancer patient that the only way to get to God was though Jesus, and then asked him to sing the ‘Lord is My Shepherd’  has lost her unfair dismissal appeal Sarah Kuteh, above, represented by the Christian Legal Centre (CLC) , lost her job at Darent Valley Hospital in Dartford, Kent, in 2016 after her “fitness to practise” as a nurse was questioned for repeatedly talking to patients about her faith. The patient described… Read more

May 22, 2019

THE discovery that a pair of Christian missionaries had infiltrated a Jewish community to sneakily promote Jesus as The One True Saviour has reportedly caused gloom and consternation in Chicago. Rivkah Weber and David Costello, above, recently moved to a Jewish neighborhood in West Rogers Park. They dress, act and  – according community website COL live – “behave like Frum (observant) Jews”,  and have been praying in local synagogues. But the missionaries, who wear orthodox Jewish clothing, were exposed by Rabbi Levi… Read more

Follow Us!



Browse Our Archives