Consider Christian history. There have been literally hundreds of wars started or inflamed by Christian intolerance.
"The LGBTQ is a modern day version of the Ku Klux Klan," Porterfield said, "without wearing hoods with their antics of hate".
Accused women were stripped by inquisitor priests who searched their bodies for "witch marks" where they allegedly suckled demons.
To Evangelicals, the Old Testament is the timeless Word of God, except when the vile atrocities described there become inconvenient.
The Kentucky Legislature has passed two bills, and unless a court blocks them, abortion will effectively be banned in the state.
It is clear the sexual abuse of women, children and vulnerable adults has been normalised in Catholic clerical culture.
Christians taking over the government is not a new idea to Robertson. He started preaching that particular gospel back in the 80's.
The Earth’s scientists have warned incessantly, for several decades, that failure to act would result in irreversible climate damage.
Trump’s Attorney General nominee William Barr is a Catholic conservative who rejects the separation of church and state.
If you believe Catholic Church leaders, you might easily imagine that the Nazis were a confederation of atheists and neo-pagans.