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How the “prosperity gospel” convinces poor people to give everything to grifty millionaire preachers

The prosperity gospel is the most predatory form of mainstream religion in practice today, and it benefits from the US tax code.

Pat Robertson Makes a Prediction that God Will “Get Rid” of America

Evangelist Pat Robertson has said that if the Equality Act passes into law, God will destroy the United States in an act of divine punishment.

‘Gift from God,’ and other reasons why rape is not rape according to Republicans

Laubenberg: In the emergency room they have what’s called rape kits where a woman can get cleaned out.

Christian author: Atheists are ‘pompous prigs’ & ‘loud, nasty, unapologetic and in-your-face’

Christian author: "Atheists today are the most arrogant, ignorant and dangerous people on earth."

Texas GOP files ‘Abolition of Abortion Act’ to ban abortion and make it punishable by death penalty

Texas state House Bill 896, introduced earlier this year, has the potential not just to criminalize abortion, but to classify it as a homicide.

LGBTQ community is modern day KKK… or so says a Republican

"The LGBTQ is a modern day version of the Ku Klux Klan," Porterfield said, "without wearing hoods with their antics of hate".

Pat Robertson Lashes Out At LGBTs, Says Pro-Gay Politicians Should Be ‘Voted Out Of Office’

Christians taking over the government is not a new idea to Robertson. He started preaching that particular gospel back in the 80's.

Trump’s White House Has Resurrected ‘Army of God’ Anti-Abortion Extremists

Christian extremism as a motivator for violence is often overlooked, while clinics providing abortion services are facing growing threats.

Evangelicals: God Sent Trump to Be King

Donald Trump has been sent by God to be "a vessel for the purposes of the faithful" in the role of King of the United…

Massive sexual abuse story in Baptist churches

The Star-Telegram discovered at least 412 allegations of sexual misconduct in 187 independent fundamental Baptist churches.

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