Tag Archives: christians

  • The Tatum Talks: ‘Preachers of L.A.’ Promoting or Embarrassing Christianity?

    Sep 2, 14 by tatumtalks 11 Comments


    *A saint is just a sinner who fell down … but is anyone trying to get up?! I was excited about last year’s premiere of “Preachers of L.A.”  I wanted the cameras to shine a positive yet truthful spotlight on the lives of pastors, especially in a society where we expect Christians and their leaders […]

  • Juanita Bynum Responds to Dallas Arrest

    May 1, 13 by Brittney M. Walker 13 Comments


    *Juanita Bynum has been through a lot in the past decade or so. As we reported, the Christian icon was arrested recently in Dallas, Texas over debt owed to a promoter. But she says it was all a mix up, explaining the debt was generated due to fraud. “Until recently, it was my understanding that […]

  • Brad Pitt’s Brother Talks Mom’s Anti-Obama Letter (Video)

    Jul 9, 12 by EURpublisher02 2 Comments


    *Brad Pitt’s mother, Jane Pitt, made news last week after a Missouri newspaper printed an anti-gay letter she wrote urging Christians to vote for Mitt Romney. [SUBSCRIBE TO EURWEB’s RSS FEED] Considering the actor’s support for President Obama, her opinions came as a shock to many Pitt fans. But Pitt’s younger brother, Doug Pitt, said […]

  • Christians Fear Same-Sex Marriage Will Lead to Polygamy

    Oct 11, 11 by Brittney M. Walker Leave a comment


    *The Christian Post reports that Joe Darger and his three wives, Alina, Vicki and Valeri, are not seeking the right to marry, like same-sex couples in states throughout the country. The Utah foursome simply wants their polygamous marriage to be decriminalized. Joe, Alina and Vicki appeared Friday on “The O’Reilly Factor,” which airs on Fox […]

  • Post Troy Davis Execution, Christians Question Death Penalty

    Oct 7, 11 by Brittney M. Walker Leave a comment


    *The American Spectator says that Georgia’s recent execution of convicted police-killer Troy Davis activated many religious death penalty opponents. But there was significant dissent from the claims that Christianity uniformly opposes capital punishment. The 16 million Southern Baptist Convention, America’s largest Protestant communion, specifically affirms it. And its most prominent theologian defended it amid the […]

  • Bible Reading Leading Open Mindedness

    Jul 26, 11 by Brittney M. Walker Leave a comment


    *What daily practice may help American Christians become more concerned about issues of poverty, conservation and civil liberties? Reading the Bible. The answer may come as a surprise to those locked into viewing religious practices in ideological boxes. However, a new study by Baylor University researcher Aaron Franzen found frequent Bible reading predicted greater support […]