One of Martin Luther King’s most famous quotations was first coined by a nineteenth-century minister, a writer claims in the Washington Post. The quote, which is carved into the MLK Memorial, says: “The arc of the moral universe is long, but it bends towards justice.” There is no question that MLK deserves credit for popularizing […]
Month – August 2011
Televangelist Pat Robertson has been pitching what he calls “Age-Defying Protein Pancakes” and “Age-Defying Protein Shakes.” Now Branson evangelist Jim Bakker has launched his own breakfast food product. Jim’s Organic 8 Grain Cereal costs $10 for a one-pound bag. If you prefer buying in bulk, you can get a 5-pound bag for $30. The cereal, […]
The Princeton Review just announced its annual survey of colleges with the most and least religious college students. Topping the list of schools with devoted college students: Brigham Young University. Evangelical colleges and one Catholic school took the other top spots. Here’s the Princeton Review’s announcement: “According to a 122,000-student survey conducted by The Princeton […]
The New Orleans preacher, if elected, would be the first African American to lead the 16-million-member Southern Baptist Convention, the nation’s largest Protestant body. Details here.
The Assemblies of God, meeting in Phoenix for its biennial General Council, has selected an Arkansan to serve on its top governing board — the executive presbytery. Rod Loy, pastor of First Assembly of God in North Little Rock, was one of two new members elected Wednesday. Also Wednesday, Alton Garrison was re-elected as assistant […]