Pope Francis is back again with another wacky claim.
If he would just for once talk about Jesus (in a positive way) I could stop covering this guy. But no, that does not appear to be likely anytime soon.
No, the Pope is back again,
This guy is a real piece of work!
Pope Francis celebrated New Years Day by giving his "New Years Address", a tradition for the papacy. New Years Day is also the "Day of Peace" celebrated by the Catholic Church.
So, what did Pope Francis talk about
No, that's not my question.
That was the question posed by CNN.
And it certainly caught my attention.
You see, we here at LGD are no fans of Pope Francis. We see that he rarely speaks (positively) of Jesus Christ. The man whose sole job -- literally
As Christians, we all know there is an afterlife.
Our bodies are temporary, our souls continue on into eternity.
The Bible tells us what exactly that means, because not everyone is going to the same place.
And now, "modern science" is catching up to the Bible,
This is so cool.
Don't you just love it when you learn something new and it transforms what you thought you knew your whole life?
We've all been singing The 12 Days of Christmas our whole lives. Yes, that charming -- and often annoying -- little song
I have a huge respect for the prophetic.
It's unfortunate that it can so often be abused, but the authentic is truly a gift to the Body of Christ!
Guys like Dan Mohler, Todd White and Bob Hazlett are some of my heroes in this area.
Franklin Graham is emerging as possibly a bigger powerhouse figure than his father, the great Billy Graham.
While Billy was careful not to take political sides, Franklin is unwavering in his courage to speak up for truth and to speak out against the Cultural Marxists trying
They don't make 'em like they used to.
I sure do miss Billy Graham in his prime.
We need more people like this!
In the spirit of the Christmas season, thinking about Billy Graham reminded me of when he showed up to the Billy Graham Evangelical Association
There's perhaps no bigger living icon in modern Christianity than Billy Graham.
His crusades were legendary. I still watch them to this day, and it doesn't matter if they're from the 1970s, it's amazing how current they still feel.
Perhaps that's because our God never changes:
The Pope is at it again.
Never one to miss an opportunity to take a side against the God of Abraham, Isaac and Jacob -- YHWH -- the Pope has once again weighed in on a political hot button topic.
Are you kidding me right now?