Weird Religious News

Weird Religious News

weird religious newsOnce again my weekly posting of weird religious news from the past seven days is here. Will there ever be a week when all of the religiously motivated behave with decency, honesty, integrity and tolerance?

Now don’t misunderstand me, I’m not suggesting that all religious people don’t, because in reality most do. In fact I would go as far as suggesting that most humans, regardless of their specific beliefs, or lack of any religious belief, are decent honourable people. This weekly posting highlights the outliers, those that go the extra mile and embrace absurd ideas by the gallon, then proceed to proclaim it to anybody who will listen. It also perhaps does something else. It throws a spotlight upon those that claim to hold the high moral ground and have direct access to a supernatural force that supposedly transforms them into a new creation, yet in reality they are often revealed to be self-deceiving hypocrites who manifest something quite different.

Did anything truly weird happen during the past week?

Nope nothing at all.

Oh wait, this happened …

… and then there was this next item as well. Some guy apparently dug up a grave two days after the burial and then proceeds to try and bring an accident victim back to life by yelling at him. Is this silly news season in full swing? Nope, if you follow the link you will find a video of it [Warning: take this one with a pinch of salt, even though the BBC reported the story, it is so utterly weird that I still cling to a doubt that it might have been faked].

Meanwhile, Don the Con’s cult retains it grip. No matter what he does, they still see him as their personal Messiah. The cartoon at the top was inspired by these folks …

Xenophobia springs forth from a well-known Pentecostal publishing house …

Sexual abuse and cover ups continue …

Apparently God wants you to have guns …

American Family Association want you to avoid Target stores because they don’t like the bathrooms …

  • The American Family Association urges its members not to buy their children’s school supplies at Target on account of Target’s trans-inclusive bathroom policy:

“We must keep the pressure on Target by avoiding their stores during back-to-school shopping. Let’s educate Target to the fact that their bathroom policy earns them a failing grade.”

Queueing at the DMV can be like a trip to hell. This pastor wants to rescue those poor fallen souls who have to do that …

Is “supernatural self-improvement” the same as “aura enhancements” or “unicorn charming“?

  • Lance Wallnau is coming to the Trump hotel in Washington for a weekend of supernatural self-improvement.

Conspiracies still continue to manifest …

  • Liz Crokin harasses CNBC reporter Christina Wilkie and encourages her fans to harass the journalist:

“Christina Wilkie is a reporter for CNBC, The Hill & Huff Post. She is an accomplice in the rape, torture & trafficking of kids by covering up Pizzagate.”

Finally, beliefs still inspire people to act in the most vile manner possible …

One last thought

Is the cartoon at the top a bit of an exaggeration?

Nope …

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