19 Kids and Counting‘s Anna Duggar said she is “offended” by Mayor Bill de Blasio’s decision to begin closing public schools during two Muslim holy days next year — but her phrasing of it all is what’s really offensive.
Former followers of the Institute of Basic Life (IBLP) warn viewers of 19 Kids and Counting that the Duggars’ practices are rooted in a “abusive authority structures” lead by IBLP founder Bill Gothard — who has also been accused of sexually harassing dozens of young women.
Little People, Big World’s Jacob Roloff talks about drug use, opposing Christianity, neglecting school
Little People, Big World‘s Jacob Roloff admittedly embraces controversy online, where he talks about smoking pot, neglecting schoolwork and opposing his family members’ religious beliefs.
The Reformed Church is attracting all kinds of attention with its frank message about sex, sexuality, and Christianity’s response to both. See for yourself whether Pastor Dan Nichols has a point.
This is one of the more unusual “Where are they now?” stories: Andrew Keegan, of 10 Things I Hate About You and Seventh Heaven fame, recently founded a new religion called “Full Circle.”
Now that Jill Duggar and Derick Dillard are husband and wife, the general rule is that the bride should leave her family and cleave to her new husband. Does that mean we could see pants, dancing and secular education in her future?
Duck Dynasty‘s Phil and Alan Robertson teamed up to release an annotated version of the New King James Bible, complete with “30 life-changing testimonials” and “125 Set Your Sights features” from the A&E stars.
OK, so the real star of Kim and Kanye’s wedding was their hot pastor, amirate?