Bream said her hope is that her book will make the Bible more accessible to those who might be intimidated by just reading it alone.
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'We have to understand what we're bringing together in Tulsa is a two-edged sword,' evangelist Mario Murillo said.
"I'm not trying to install a theocracy. I'm just trying to say, 'Hey, listen, let the parents be the parents. Let kids be kids.'"
'The American people are not going to buy this budget, because frankly we can’t afford it,' Rep. Jason Smith said.
City Experiencing Highest Inflation in the Nation Likely to Move State Back Into Solid Red Column in November
“We would oppose calls from some on Capitol Hill to once again inject another round of stimulus into the U.S. economy," Garrick Taylor said.
Following Bombshell Report, AZ Attorney General Directs Maricopa County to Turn Over Mail-In Ballot Signature Files
A study by the Election Systems Integrity Institute found that Maricopa County's mail-in ballot signature verification system is flawed.
At Least 200K Mismatched Signatures: Study of 2020 Maricopa County Ballot Envelopes Points to Flawed System
Shiva Ayyadurai told The Western Journal that people on the left and right agree that the signature verification process is flawed.
'We're trying to just add more resources, more food, more clothing, just helping [with] the basic necessities through the existing network.'
Across the U.S., families are speaking out against CRT in schools. Some of those families shared their stories with The Western Journal.
One Church Hosts 'Drag Queen Story Hour' for Kids, Others Condemn 'Whiteness' as Progressive Christianity Grows
As progressive Christianity spreads, its progenitors continue to promote and support a number of anti-Christian ideas and values.