Anti-Gay Activist Equates Kamala Harris to "Whore of Babylon"
It's the nicest thing he's said about her all week.
A new Associated Press report has found that the Catholic Church raked in billions in pandemic PPP loans, a government program intended to be “an economic lifeline to millions of small businesses,” despite sitting on over $10 billion in cash and other assets.
Arkansas has just officially prioritized church gatherings over public safety with a 31-0 State Senate vote in favor of HB 1211, giving religious organizations an exemption from being restricted during emergency declarations. The State House passed the same bill earlier.And the Bible says in Psalm 14:1, “The fool hath said in his heart, There is no God.” I pray the will acknowledge God, eternal life and their own spiritual condition. In the meantime, every attack they launch just proves to my voters I am doing the right thing. https://t.co/LBJbOA3m8nToday, Arkansas tragically passed a church superspreader bill. During the floor vote, Jason Rapert criticized us for telling the truth—this legislation increases the likelihood that churches will become deadly COVID-19 hotspots. https://t.co/La7BqEOZgKAmerican Atheists @AmericanAtheist
Despite his ability to make a fortune in the mold and mildew remediation industry, Andrew Wommack selflessly gives his mildew removal secret away for free.
Megachurch pastor Rick Warren apologized after a racially offensive video for his church’s children’s ministry was shared via social media. The video featured a white man in a shirt embroidered with dragons, wildly wielding a sword and making exaggerated “Kung Fu” sounds while pretending to make sushi. (Just like Jesus wanted.) Warren said it was “an attempt to teach Bible truth,” but admitted he was embarrassed by the video. It was immediately deleted, but nothing is ever truly erased from the internet.
Anti-LGBTQ activist Scott Lively just casually likened Vice President Kamala Harris to “the Whore of Babylon” and now there’s nowhere lower for his sexism to sink.
Pink-haired Christian “prophetess” Kat Kerr is one of the few still standing who claims Donald Trump is the president, reality be damned. She spoke at One Accord Christian Fellowship Church in Florida on Sunday and told a cheering crowd, “At this moment in time, in reality, in legality, Donald J. Trump is our president right now,” followed by her prophetic vision of demons running and screaming from D.C. as a heavenly scroll is being opened.
The American Humanist Association sent a letter warning Aberdeen, Maryland that their explicitly Christian prayer and denial of non-Christian invocations at city council meetings is unconstitutional and may lead to a lawsuit if not remedied. This isn’t AHA’s first rodeo, which makes you wonder why so many city councils continue to coax the legal trouble.
Finally, I can't remember ever seeing this before. In an article about how atheist groups are responding to Joe Biden’s religious rhetoric and outreach, Jack Jenkins of Religion News Service quoted the leaders of three different groups. All of them were women. That’s not the point of the article; those women are just the ones in charge. It’s only one data point, but that’s a pretty amazing shift from the atheist community of yesteryear.