What is happening in Evangelical land?
The editor of the Babylon Bee is locked out of Twitter for hateful speech.
A nice summary of the current state of the Christian Right by a Christian Right figure:
Also, you can read Liberty’s Standing for Freedom Center’s response to the Ketanji Brown Jackson confirmation hearings.
You can find Christian Broadcasting Network’s David Brody in the “Siberian phone book”:
Brody is “astute”:
What an evangelical philosopher is reading.
Russell Moore is looking for an assistant.
Regent University School of Government is hosting a conference on “globalism.” Speakers include Michelle Bachmann (Dean of the School of Government), Kentucky senator Rand Paul, Liberty University’s Ed Hindson, and Christian Right historian Bill Federer.
More from Greg Laurie on the set of “The Jesus Revolution”:
A third candidate for Southern Baptist Convention president has entered the mix.
Tim Keller on “contextualization”:
Keller on the uniqueness of Christianity:
Blast from the past:
More on the evangelicals who support Putin.
Charlie Kirk believes Kamala Harris and Ketanji Brown Jackson are merely “affirmative action” picks. Charlie will be at a megachurch near you this weekend:
Messianic Jews in New York.
Do we need more evangelical politicians?
The governor of Virginia speaks at Liberty University.
Disney and “demonic” content?
Paula White continues to bring food to Ukrainian refugees:
White is working with Ivanka Trump:
Gary Bauer joins the anti-KBJ chorus:
Family Research Council is suing the Biden administration for its “authoritarian” mask mandates.
Jim Wallis on Madeleine Albright:
James Dobson uses his recent letter to followers to say that he thinks Biden doesn’t “have a clue about international affairs;” he doesn’t “trust our military leaders” because they influenced by “corrupt leftist ideology,” and he thinks Biden and his advisors have “decided that Ukraine must not be allowed to win.”
Ukrainian Pentecostals in Kentucky raise $145,000 for Ukraine through a bake sale.
Mike Huckabee is not happy with USA Today:
Al Mohler tells a listener that his mother’s baptism will not get her to heaven and suggests that another listener should remove his five-year-old daughter from a school with a transgender teacher.
Beth Moore brings the truth:
More truth, this time from Natalie:
I guess David French isn’t a localist. Today it’s all about platforms and scale. This is also historically inaccurate.
More on the “Signet Ring Anointing”:
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