It will not surprise anyone that Christianity is alive and well in the South.
After 20 years, the Bible-based theme park shuts its door to make way for the construction of a regional health center.
Pastor Tim Thompson, who leads a 1000-member evangelical church in southern California, is already planning a trip to Israel with members of his church in November 2021.
A “Jesusland” map is making the rounds. Somehow, it’s not the name of a Christian theme park.
I have lived among evangelicals, and raised my family in their company. For decades, I have defended these good people.
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.”