Bert Farias says that Bruce Jenner's reported transition is "demonic" and "depictive of all that is wrong with America."
Franklin Graham calls upon ISIS to convert to Christianity because God loves them. Well, that ought to do it.
FRC is organizing a series of events for pastors featuring various Religious Right activists as well as Mike Huckabee, Rick Santorum, and Ted Cruz.
BarbWire's Gina Miller does not like the push for gay rights: "Our society has become so deeply corrupt, that a growing number of people no longer believe that homosexual behavior is wrong, although it always has been wrong and always will be wrong. A growing number of people also do not understand that marriage is one thing only: the union of a man and a woman, and it can be nothing else, or it’s not marriage. People who lack a right moral foundation will not accept the truth."
The Alliance Defending Freedom is now suing the City of Atlanta on behalf of the city's former fire chief, Kelvin Cochran.
Finally, Ron Cantor warns that "Fifty Shades of Grey" is "a gateway to demonic bondage."
Mark Creech is scandalized! "A Supreme Court justice so juiced-up she's passed out while representing the nation's highest court in our nation's capital, in the presence of Congress, before the President of the United States, televised in front of a national audience, is nothing to laugh about. It's shameful!"
Liberty Counsel is not happy with our "Muslim In Chief."
Dr. J. Paul Nyquist, president of Moody Bible Institute, declares that "the culture war is over—and we lost" and calls upon "American Christians to prepare to live righteously in the face of persecution."
David Barton explains to CNN anchor Chris Cuomo that our rights do, in fact, come from God.
FRC invites you to join "Dr. Mark Regnerus as he discusses the ways in which Americans relate, particularly in matters of marriage and sexuality."
Finally, Fay Voshell calls upon pastors to deny communion to those who participate in BDSM because "libertinage in all its forms is a direct attack on a still Christianized Western civilization."
Jennifer LeClaire warns that God is deeply grieved by "Fifty Shades of Grey" and that "the spirit of Jezebel is often behind this immoral trend, tapping into the lust of the flesh with its seductive agenda."
NOM likens its scheduled "March for Marriage" to the fight for civil rights and 1963's "March on Washington."
Stu Burguiere is not going to miss Jon Stewart when he leaves "The Daily Show" because Stewart is an unfunny hack who has been repetitive and boring for years ... says the man who sits beside Glenn Beck every day.
Apparently, the organization Morality In Media is now known as the National Center on Sexual Exploitation.
Mark Creech says that "if Republicans move away from conservative evangelical Christians and tango with the left on social issues, no Judas kiss is going to make everything alright. They'll find themselves abandoned on the dance floor and with no ride home."
Finally, Bryan Fischer decided to cover the death of Kayla Mueller on his radio show today by calling her anti-Semitic and, for some reason, raising questions about whether she had a Muslim boyfriend.
Mario Díaz of Concerned Women for America warns that "the attacks on people of faith resulting from a Supreme Court overreach [on gay marriage] would unleash an assault that could spell the beginning of the end of freedom and liberty in America."
Bryan Fischer says the reason that President Obama "doesn't have a strategy to stop ISIS is that he doesn't really want to."
David Rubin knows why President Obama supposedly won't fight radical Islam: "Barack Obama appears to have been so scarred from the unfortunate loss of his Muslim father at a young age that he can't recognize, nor admit, the real and present danger of the intolerant, violent jihadi ideology and its deep roots in the core of Islam. It seems to be almost an infantile mantra: Islam not bad ... Islam not bad ... Islam not bad!"
NOM calls upon its activists to "Thank Chief Justice Moore" and, of course, make a donation to NOM.
David Barton responds to President Obama's remarks at the National Prayer Breakfast: "The number of lives lost at the hands of secular, non-, and anti-Christian leaders and governments in just the 20th century alone is well over 100 million."
A new paper suggests that the universe has existed forever and never had a beginning. Naturally, for Glenn Beck this is conclusive proof that the Big Bang has been disproven.
Glenn Beck says that the Tea Party needs to change its name because the movement has become too "maligned." Funny, on Monday, Beck said that trying to change the name of something unpopular was a despicable progressive tactic: "That is the progressive answer. That’s what Progressives do for everything. Change the name."
Speaking of Beck, a poll of his audience found that they want Sen. Ted Cruz to be the GOP presidential nominee in 2016. Ben Carson came in third and Allen West was in fourth, so that gives you some sense of how reasonable they are.
Rick Santorum says that Christians should welcome persecution:"[T]hey will hate you and persecute you because you stand for Him and what He taught. And that’s a great blessing, not something to be avoided but something to be embraced."
Laurie Higgins is not happy about the new "Fifty Shades of Grey" movie.
Neither is David Kyle Foster: "BDSM, anal intercourse (sodomy) or anything else that damages the body is a gross defilement of the marriage bed and God's intent. Any proctologist or urologist will tell you that anal intercourse always causes damage to the body of the recipient. It goes against the natural design of the body and is a breeding ground for disease ... Married couples who desire to be defiled in this way (whether by inflicting or in yielding to such mistreatment) need to be healed from an interior self-hatred, condemnation and probably a few other things. They need to seek inner healing and possibly even deliverance ministry. They need to repent of and renounce such activities and to seek God to expose the roots of such unholy desire."
Matt Moore explains that Christians really love gays, which can be demonstrated by the fact that they are not throwing them off of buildings, like ISIS does.
Michael Brown declares that "it's high time to push back against gay activism."
Bryan Fischer and Peter LaBarbera are outraged that companies are sponsoring the Creating Change conference.
Finally, James Dobson has lots of advice on how to properly raise girls that is just about as timely as you would expect: "These diverse skills used to be taught to girls in mandatory homemaking classes. Alas, most of these programs were canceled after the revolution of the sixties, and America became the worse for it."
ALIPAC declares that we are "seeing what is possibly one of the greatest scandals in American history emerge regarding the millions of illegal extra work visas Obama's shadow government apparatus has handed out!"
Jim Garlow will be hosting Newt Gingrich and several other Religious Right and New Apostolic Reformation activists for a conference at his church in June.
Similarly, Jan Markell will be hosting Robert Jeffress and former Rep. Michele Bachmann at a conference in October.
Was Gov. Bobby Jindal's prayer rally the fulfillment of one of Cindy Jacobs' prophecies?
Sen. Rand Paul says that he has "heard of many tragic cases of walking, talking normal children who wound up with profound mental disorders after vaccines." No wonderAlex Jones loves him.
The Government Is Not God PAC has set up a website encouraging Mike Huckabee to run for president.
Missouri Republican Party Chairman Ed Martin is stepping down from his position to become president of Eagle Forum.
Timothy Johnson, founder of the Frederick Douglass Foundation, has died.
Rep. Renee Ellmers, R-N.C., is not happy with anti-abortion groups that have targeted her after she helped postpone a Republican bill aimed at banning abortion after 20 weeks of pregnancy.
Finally, Sam Rohrer of the Pennsylvania Pastors Network says that America will never receive God's blessing until it rejects homosexuality: "There is no room in God's justice for compromise on the moral standards He has established. History shows that cultures decay not from singular events but an incremental ceding of Truth and corrupting of God-established universal moral standards. The return to God's blessing as a nation will occur when individuals, led by pastors in the pulpit, once again preach the 'whole counsel' of God and understand that blessing arises only from complete obedience to God's Word."
Larry Klayman says that Mike Huckabee is his choice for president "assuming he loses some weight so he can physically withstand the rigors and stress of being president."
Charisma's Jennifer LeClaire is hosting prayer calls every morning. If you are on the West Coast and wish to participate, you simply have to get up at 3 a.m.
MassResistance has established its first state chapter in Virginia. It is called, appropriately enough, Virginia-MassResistance.
Personhood USA announces that "new personhood legislation has already been introduced in the U.S. House of Representatives, South Carolina, New Hampshire, and Mississippi. An additional personhood resolution was filed in Virginia last week."
Finally, Steve Deace says that every Republican presidential hopeful must be asked where they stand on the issue of Christians being "bullied into submission by the Rainbow Jihad."
David Lane declares that Newt Gingrich's speech at the Iowa Freedom Summit was "the finest speech of this young century."
Mitt Romney announced that he will not be making another run for president.
Bert Farias declares that Christianity needs "extremists" with a Nazi/militant Islam-like fervor who are willing to lead a "spiritual revolution."
Janet Porter is asking activists to call upon Congress to issue a "restraining order" to prevent courts for ruling in favor of marriage equality.
Finally, FRC prays for more judges like Roy Moore: "Lord, are there more judges, governors and state legislators who will not bow the knee to unrighteousness, nor be persuaded by constitutional rulings, falsely so-called? Raise up more, we pray, In Jesus’ Name, Amen!"
If GetReligion is going to criticize those who don't "tell both sides of the story" regarding the American Family Association's designation as a "hate group," perhaps GetReligion ought to actually bother to address the bigotry that regularly flows from the AFA which earned it that designation.
A couple of sociologists have "discovered" that a small group of "Americans demonstrate signs of anti-Christian hostility." That is some groundbreaking research!
J. Lee Grady is going to be sick! "We Americans get really angry when oil companies spill toxic fuel in our oceans; yet we applaud when Hollywood dumps a tanker of poisonous garbage like 'Fifty Shades of Grey' on our country—with no offer to clean up the damage. We should be outraged."
Larry Tomczak continues to try and milk his fifteen minutes of anti-gay infamy.
William Gheen wants to draft Jeff Sessions and Laura Ingraham for president and VP.
Finally, the devastating new report from the Justice Department is probably just further proof that the government is covering up the fact that it hacked Sharyl Attkisson's computers!
BarbWire's Gina Miller laughably defends the American Family Association as a "peaceful Christian organization" that is being smeared with "damnable lies."
Newsbusters also tries valiantly to distract from Bryan Fischer's well-documented history of unmitigated bigotry by conveniently ignoring it entirely.
Sam Rohrer of the Pennsylvania Pastors Network is very excited about "the number of potential [Republican presidential] candidates who profess what he calls an authentic relationship with Jesus Christ."
Shocklingly, Rick Santorum's claim that all of the jobs created since 2000 have gone to immigrants turns out to be false.
Pamela Geller declares that "the vicious Jew-hating rhetoric coming from the White House is unusual even for an anti-Semite like Obama."
Finally, Glenn Beck is apparently so devoid of vision for his network that he has now been reduced seeking advice from his Facebook followers on what sort of shows he should be making.
Mike Huckabee will be participating in an event that David Barton will be hosting at Lancaster Bible College in Pennsylvania in March.
Huckabee will also address a luncheon for Allen West's National Center for Policy Analysis in February.
David Barton knows how to save America: "We need to fill our school boards, city councils, public utility districts and other city and county positions with common-sense, God-fearing, Constitution-heeding individuals."
Tea Party Nation declares that "the state of New York has inflicted many indignities on the United States. But perhaps none is worse that the current junior Senator from the Empire State. Kirsten Gillibrand is not simply a terrible Senator. She is a terrible person."
Finally, remember the story about the Missouri middle school student who was supposedly told that he was not allowed to read his Bible in school that was almost immediately debunked? Gordon Klingenschmitt just repeated it on his latest "Pray In Jesus Name" program.
David Lane declares that "The Idol of Secularism Must be Toppled": "Secularism — the false idol instituted by the U.S. Supreme Court in 1963 —- has finally bloomed, blossomed, and produced fruit, it's stench is nauseating."
Speaking of Lane, he recently reminded CBN's David Brody that he is not a pastor but rather a full-blown right-wing political activist who is working to get a thousand pastors elected to public office.
Scott Lively warns that America must not accept any Supreme Court ruling in favor of gay marriage: "[S]ilence equals death to marriage, and by extension to Christian civilization."
Rep. Louie Gohmert is positive that the Obama administration is persecuting David Petraeus in order to keep him from providing "devastating testimony" on Benghazi to Congress.
Finally, Matt Barber explains, using logic, that "gay marriage is Satanic."
Bert Farias declares that churches that open the door for "homosexuality and perversion" will be "considered the chief prize of Satan and potential trophies of hell."
Religious Right activist Rob Schenck of Faith and Action called upon fellow anti-abortion activists to also take a stand against gun violence. Not surprisingly, that does not include any support for gun control efforts.
Janet Porter laments that nobody ever stops to ask God, "How is your day? How do you feel? How can I make it better?"
Bill Muehlenberg says that witches are real, but that doesn't mean they should be put to death as the Bible commands because "obviously not everything found in the Old Testament carries over into the New."
Finally, Mike Huckabee brags that people who bundled money for Mitt Romney and John McCain in previous elections "are now coming to me and saying ‘we think you can win.'" Well those people obviously have a great track record!
Predictably, Jonathan Cahn thinks that President Obama's State of the Union speech is just another sign that God's judgment upon America is just around the corner.
Michael Ware explains that the government must give Christianity preferential treatment because "it is absurd to demand that all ideas or beliefs are equal, it leads to the absurd. Only truth from Scripture is valid and can save us from such absurdity."
The AFA's Buddy Smith is hopeful that cities across America will follow the lead of Starkville, Mississippi, and begin repealing their anti-discrimination laws protecting gays: "We're still a nation of people [that has] a core that shares a Christian worldview, a core of people who share this core of beliefs that a Christian worldview is what's best for our nation, and sin is still sin and it's okay to oppose it."
Erik Rush says that President Obama "has committed serial treason and is being shielded from the consequences of his actions by corrupt and compromised elected officials."
Finally, Bryan Fischer encourages churches to change their bylaws, as his church is doing, to declare that they will never accept gay marriage: "We believe that any form of sexual immorality, such as adultery, fornication, homosexuality, bisexual conduct, bestiality, incest, pornography or any attempt to change one's sex, or disagreement with one's biological sex, is sinful and offensive to God."
Finally, Gary Cass warns that the "Spiritual State of the Nation" is dire: "A small but militant minority is hell bent on destroying all vestiges of our Christian heritage. Marxist / Secularists have prosecuted their 100 year Cultural Jihad to infiltrate the media, education and politics, especially the courts, and impose their secular fundamentalism. The election and re-election of Barack Obama is sobering proof of their formidable influence."
Robert Gagnon wants it made very clear that homosexuality is actually way worse than most other sins, even incest.
Bret Baier reveals that he cancelled his scheduled speech to an anti-gay group at the request of Fox News.
Michael Bresciani warns that it will be the end of America is the Supreme Court legalizes gay marriage: "I can say without reservation, that if marriage is perverted in this way, you have only one thing left to do – count time, for there is very little left to promise and guarantee the survival of our nation."
Yesterday, Tony Perkins delivered his "2015 State of the Family Address." Guess how he thinks it is doing?
Mark your calendars because Todd Starnes is hosting a weekend retreat in October!
Finally, Glenn Beck's co-host Pat Gray received an "Award of Merit" from the Utah Eagle Forum this weekend because he has had an "incredible influence [on] Glenn Beck’s life and that influence has had a significant impact for good on so many of us right here in this audience as well as the United States." So now we know who to blame for Glenn Beck.