Nadine Dorries Doubles Down On Catholic Church “Attack” Claim Over Novel

A dramatic headline from the Big Issue: Nadine Dorris Interview: There is a Catholic Church Conspiracy Against Me The “conspiracy” refers to her debut novel, The Four Streets: …Critic Christopher Howse – a former member of the hard-line Roman Catholic grouping Opus Dei – described it as “the worst novel I’ve read in 10 years”. He was brought […]

Author Who Sees God’s Judgment in 9/11 To Open National Day of Prayer Event

From WND: “Harbinger” Author to Open National Day of Prayer Rabbi Jonathan Cahn, author of runaway bestseller “The Harbinger,” has been invited to join the speakers for the 63rd annual National Day of Prayer on a date he tells WND holds a special significance in both his book and American history. …”April 30 is the date […]

Investigator Says Staffer Accused of Preventing Child’s Lunchtime Prayer Could Not Have Been Present

From the Orlando Sentinel: School officials said Wednesday that they can’t find any evidence to suggest that a kindergartner was told not to pray in a Seminole County elementary lunchroom. …The dispute arose after 5-year-old Gabriella Perez told her parents that in March a staffer at Carillon Elementary in Oviedo stopped her from praying over her lunch. […]

Conspiracy Theorist Michael Shrimpton Prosecuted Over Olympics Bomb Claim

At WND, Lord Monckton discusses a recent court hearing in Southwark Crown Court involving Michael Shrimpton, conspiracy theorist and barrister: “My best guess is that the government will eventually see the sense in dropping the criminal prosecution against Shrimpton, since it is quite clear from my own earlier discussions with Shrimpton about this episode that he […]

Multnomah Books Attacked Over Pro-Gay Title In Related Imprint

From Christian Retailing (links added): Convergent Books, an imprint of Random House’s Crown Publishing Group, plans to release a pro-gay book the company describes as an “affirmation of both an orthodox faith and sexual diversity.” Releasing April 22, God and the Gay Christian: The Biblical Case in Support of Same-Sex Relationships was written by homosexual activist Matthew Vines after […]

WorldNetDaily Reports Claims that Book It Published Is Bringing Jews to Jesus

This one’s a couple of weeks old, but worth a mention. From WND: Two thousand years ago, Jesus of Nazareth was first proclaimed by Jews in Israel to be God’s “Messiah,” and a flurry of miracles took place. Now, two millennia later, the cycle is repeating itself as Orthodox Jews who once rejected that message are […]

Child-Witch Exorcist Helen Ukpabio Comes to London

Channel 4 News has the latest on Helen Ukpabio: A controversial Evangelical Christian and “witch hunter” arrives in the UK in the hope of performing exorcisms on children. But in Nigeria witch scares have resulted in violence, torture and death. The founder of the bizarre Liberty Foundation Gospel Ministries has been accused of exploiting superstitious […]

WND Rewords Headline To Imply Guilt Ahead of Trial

I really can’t imagine why WND (formerly WorldNetDaily) felt the need to rewrite this headline from MediaTrackers to minimise the “alleged” detail Original: And yes, the claim that the nephew was “brought… to the US to kill her” is also part of what’s “alleged”, despite the deliberate and bad faith attempt by WND to obscure that this has not been established as […]

Cliff Kincaid Sees Aleister Crowley Link In Russian Politics

Accuracy in Media’s Cliff Kincaid takes aim against fellow US conservatives who support Russia because of Putin’s “family values” authoritarianism: Rather than embrace Christianity, the evidence shows Russia has embraced the Russian Orthodox Church, always a tool of Soviet intelligence… Former KGB officer Konstantin Preobrazhensky has called it “Putin’s Espionage Church,” and devotes a major portion […]

Archbishop of Canterbury Suggests African Christians Killed Over Tolerance of Homosexuality

Updated From the UK Tablet: The Archbishop of Canterbury warned today of the “absolutely catastrophic” consequences for Christians in other countries if the Church of England decided to solemnise gay marriages. Archbishop Justin Welby said that a visit to a mass grave for persecuted Christians in Nigeria in January “burnt into his soul” the effect that […]