Well, what do you think of this?
Unless you've been living in a cave all week, you know two things:
One, that Hurricane Harvey has been devastating, mostly due to the severe flooding. As of the writing of this article, the death toll has reached 44 people,
Things have gone from bad to worse for Joel Osteen.
It used to be that the only thing he was criticized for was being a little "shallow" in the Biblical literacy department.
You know, stuff like this:
But this week he has really taken it on the chin
I love comedy.
And I love comedians.
You might think comedians are just a bunch of goofballs, but they are actually some of the most intelligent people you will ever meet.
They have to be, to have such keen observational powers and then to translate that into a
I guess this is the power of social media.
Late yesterday we brought you the story of Joel Osteen and his 16,500+ seat mega church in Houston, TX.
Yes, the same Houston, TX ravaged by floods and hurricane waters.
Joel Osteen took heavy criticism online when he
Joel Osteen has always been a lightning rod for criticism.
Obvoiusly, many people love him. You don't end up with a 16,000 seat megachurch if you're not mega popular.
But many Christians criticize Osteen for preaching a sugar-coated, prosperity Gospel. You know, the kind that rarely mentions
It's not every day you hear someone compared to King David of the Bible.
So when that happens, I tend to take notice.
And this time, it was Pastor Paula White talking about President Donald Trump.
White not only said that Trump reminds her of David, but she said
You just have to love Franklin Graham.
And I'll go on record to say it, I love the fact that Donald Trump invited him to this rally to take center stage in such an important event!
Not only that, but before Franklin Graham took the stage, Alveda
Does this surprise anyone?
Last week we reported the bombshell story that Hillary Clinton thinks she wants to be a pastor next.
Read More: Hillary Clinton Becoming a Pastor
In that story, we talked about how Hillary Clinton felt inspired by her pastor, the Rev. Bill Shillady.
Now it turns