Considering the amount of videos of American preachers bigging up Donald Trump that are out there.
This felt like something a little different.
Have you heard the thing about the american Attorney General Jess Sessions, and his attempt at using the Bible to justify current practice of separating immigrant parents and children.
Wondering what Jess Sessions actually said?
Here it is… or at least a only slightly edited version of it…
I’m sure there are a number of other Bible verses that can be picked out the air for something like this. What other verses could he have said?
Isn’t using the Bible to encourage people to not question the law a little… I don’t know… dodgy?
Yeap. You read that correctly.
The Trump Prophecy is well… a movie based on a guy that reports having a prophecy that Donald Trump would be President.
According to The Christian Post:
The film focuses on the prophecy of a retired Florida firefighter named Mark Taylor, who claims that God told him in April 2011 that Trump would one day become president. Although Taylor initially thought that meant that Trump would become president in 2012, the prophecy was ultimately fulfilled in November 2016.
There is, indeed a book about all of this as well.
Here’s the trailer for the movie…
Considering the dude was a firefighter, I cant help but feel there should have been a little more… fire stuff?
I wonder what would have to happen to stop it from being shown in October?
America! It looks like you have a new social network incoming called USA.Life.
(I realise that a social network online is generally to be used by people on the internet, but theres something about this that feels a little American focused).
Perhaps its the Pro-America algorithm?
Or maybe its something about the banner on its website…
Check out the USA.Life website for more information (, and a video that seems to have disabled embedding).
Are you tempted to sign up to USA.Life?
(h/t to Christian Nightmares)
According to Frank Amedia, appearing on Jim Bakkers show in America. God has given him permission to say that “Donald Trump Will Be The Next President of The United States Again”.
Does this suggest that the fight for the next US election has already began? If so, is the tactic to say something along the lines of “God wants Trump to be president”, enough times that people accept it as truth?
Are you still looking for an idea for your Easter services this year?
Are you wanting something particularly dramatic?
Have you got plenty of spare (hopefully) fake blood?
How about something like this?
Personally I would like to see plenty of screaming and assorted noises from Jesus – Just as the guy preaching is trying to make a serious point.
Found over at Christian Nightmares.