This Week in The Internet. The One on Paul.

“This week in the internet” – Where The Sofa shares some of the random things he’s come across in Christian Internet this week.

Something to watch…

Something to read…

Have you heard of Jerry Falwell Jr? Big fan of Trump?

Politico.com has written a looong but kinda interesting article on the dude. Here’s a sample.

“When he does stupid stuff, people will mention it to others they consider confidants and not keep it totally secret,” a trusted adviser to Falwell, the school’s president and chancellor, told me. “But they won’t rat him out.”

That’s beginning to change.

Over the past year, Falwell, a prominent evangelical leader and supporter of President Donald Trump, has come under increasing scrutiny. News outlets have reported on business deals by Liberty University benefiting Falwell’s friends. Trump’s former personal attorney Michael Cohen claimed that he had helped Falwell clean up racy “personal” photographs.

Politico

Grab yourself a drink, a comfy chair, and settle down for a read…

Something to listen…

When the Midlife Crises guys meet Steve Chalke…

I might need to listen to that a second time.

Trump Spiritual Adviser Paula White Gets Angry at Welfare

As well as preaching that the White House is holy ground dedicated “by the superior blood of Jesus”, Paula White has found space in her preach to include a rant against… well a welfare state…

In case you’re confused about who she is, welcome to Paula White – a spiritual advisor, and “unofficial advisor” to Donald Trump.

Christians Called to Join Militias?

Next up in the Jim Bakker Show, a pastor named Rick Joyner has urged Christians to begin to form militias in preparation for a coming civil war.

Be warned, the following clip may have a slight element of “finding a singular out of context Bible verse to try and make a point” about it.

This, is not the first time the topic of a Civil War has come up in the Jim Bakker Show. Its almost as if they want one?

Introducing. “Team Rugged”

Welcome to “Team Rugged”. A group that offers ‘patriotic and biblical training’ that includes instruction on how to use knives and guns…

Check out The Guardian for more information.

What if, we all took some “Rugged selfies” of ourselves, and sent them over… would they let us join?