The extent to which that future is anchored to a dogma of end times is terrifying — even if it’s not the stuff of revelation.
Pastors wrapped in Torah: Why so many Christians are appropriating Jewish ritual
Laurie Cardoza-Moore said that 30% of Muslims are terrorists and that Barack Obama caused tornados. Israel’s government approved paying her $40,000.
Mike Evans is suing Pastor Jentezen Franklin in a dispute over money raised to build a food kitchen for Holocaust survivors in Jerusalem.
“If they’re here saving my fellow New Yorkers’ lives, then I will absolutely help them do that.”
The Holy Land Experience, a Christian theme park in Orlando based on ancient Jerusalem, is on the brink of closure.
In an interview, Emily Austen complained about “Jews in Boca,” including one who was “stingy,”
Trump “is surrounded by a Zionist environment with completely different values from Christians,” one woman said.
One bible Trump signed in 2016 is available on eBay for $525, reported a local Texas television station, KWTX.
Thousands of Christians are learning Torah from Jews online, in classes and in the Israeli parliament. It’s increasingly common, and controversial.