How out of touch with actual conservative Christians does the media have to be to think mocking televangelists is a bad thing?
New believers often have a zeal for telling their story to everyone who will listen, unrestrained by the pushback from the culture. That’s refreshing.
If ‘Righteous Gemstones’ fails to offer a ‘searing commentary’ on the nitty-gritty of bad theology or evangelical politics, it’ll be just fine—so long as it actually brings the laughs.
Mainstream Christians can learn from Christian Science’s rise and steep decline, and see its new incarnation in ‘Moralistic Therapeutic Deism.’
Journey keyboardist Jonathan Cain met controversial pastor Paula White by chance. Now the rock star applauds his wife’s role as chaplain to President Trump.
Donald Trump’s most theological statement to date has been hiding in plain sight all along.
Joel Osteen praising Donald Trump is like Elmo telling you that his favorite fellow Muppets are Statler and Waldorf. What gives?
By telling people their spirituality is measured by what they do, Pope Francis in his recent encyclical rejects the central message of the gospel: grace.
Televangelist Creflo Dollar’s demand for a new private jet may be the last we hear much of the prosperity gospel. At least, for a while.
If Osteen prosperity gospel is heresy, it is a very American heresy.
Not all celebrity preachers ride Joel Osteen’s warm fuzzy religious rainbow train.
The flap over Victoria Osteen’s recent comments is anticlimactic, given the Osteens have said a thousand even more theologically indefensible things.
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