These Christian First Date Questions Are Scary

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Jessica and I sat down to talk about several stories from the past week involving religion and politics.

— The Nebraska GOP is trying to hurt a Republican primary challenger by suggesting she’s an atheist. (0:31)

— The Christian Moms are mad at the cartoon Duck Tales for showing a gay couple. (8:27)

— These are awful questions for a first date, brought to you by a Christian fundamentalist. And this video of a first kiss is frightening. (14:45)

— A pro-bleach church may be advising Trump because we’re a nation of idiots. (24:33)

— Ark Encounter ticket sales have plummeted for obvious reasons. (28:39)

“ReOpen Church” Day is a horrible idea. (30:36)

— Donations to churches have fallen dramatically. What does this mean for their future? (35:49)

— Texas Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick says dying isn’t the worst thing. So thanks for that. (38:15)

— Scotland will soon abolish its blasphemy law! (47:02)

— The U.S. Army removed proselytizing videos from Facebook that were posted to a base’s official page. (49:09)

— Surprise! The anti-viral drug FOX News and Trump were raving about without scientific support… doesn’t work. (53:25)

— Televangelist Pat Robertson knows exactly who to blame for COVID-19: Gays, the abortion people, and anyone who’s anti-Israel. (56:58)

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Christians Are Already Suffering from COVID Negligence

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Jessica and I sat down to talk about several stories from the past week involving religion and politics.

— A Louisiana church that won’t close now has a hospitalized lawyer and a dead parishioner. (2:22)

— A Virginia pastor who told people God could defeat COVID-19 has died of you-know-what. (9:30)

— Christians suing the state of Kentucky for closing churches claim their predicament is just like Japanese Americans during World War II. (11:37)

— A Kentucky judge allowed drive-in church services with a ruling that read more like a sermon. (15:02)

— A megachurch in New Mexico says it can’t operate without an in-person staff of 30. (18:48)

— CBS is breaking up with the show “God Friended Me.” (18:4818:48)

— Credit card companies don’t want to work with televangelist Jim Bakker. (24:33)

— A Liberty University student filed a class action lawsuit against the school and Jerry Falwell for putting students in danger. (25:49)

— A Christian book publisher just released a Qur’an… with “Christian commentary.” This can only end well. (32:02)

— What is wrong with Dr. Oz? A lot, but maybe not as much as everyone thinks… (35:07)

— Anti-vaxxers are joining the COVID protesters because of course they are. (45:28)

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Some Christians Want a Deadly Easter

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Jessica and I sat down to talk about several stories from the past week involving religion and politics.

— Kansas lawmakers are trying to make sure Christians can kill citizens for Easter. (2:06)

— Georgia cops arrested Christians who gathered in defiance of social distancing orders. (6:00)

— Here are some very creative ways to stop Christians from gathering in churches. (9:03)

— Some Christians really don’t like that adult sites are giving away free high-quality content. (12:41)

— Most pastors think Jesus will return in their lifetimes. (15:47)

— Mississippi, having nothing else to do, is celebrating Confederate Heritage Month. (18:15)

— With Mike Pence nearby, Dr. Anthony Fauci praised gay people who suffered through the AIDS crisis. (25:49)

— A Utah man cashed a fraudulent check… and said he thought it was a gift from God. (28:29)

Jerry Falwell, Jr. wants to arrest reporters who report at Liberty University. (30:31)

Pope Francis said COVID-19 is nature’s revenge on us for our ignorance of climate change. (35:20)

— Here’s the complicated story of a Christian missionary who “played doctor” in Uganda. (40:36)

— The U.S. government is using taxpayer money to pay for pastors’ salaries. (46:23)

Cardinal George Pell is a free man, despite his sex abuse conviction. (53:45)

— Florida’s GOP Governor Ron DeSantis explained how to use gloves in the worst possible way. (58:18)

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Franklin Graham’s COVID-19 House O’Bigotry

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Jessica and I sat down to talk about several stories from the past week involving religion and politics.

— Hemant was on Jeopardy and he’s eternally sorry to Canada. (0:28)

Some evangelists have very unusual ways to destroy COVID-19. (16:09)

— There may be 32,000 churches still open during the pandemic. (20:00)

— A Florida pastor was arrested for holding services during the pandemic. Good. (24:58)

— Florida’s GOP governor is still allowing churches to gather despite a stay-at-home order. (28:00)

— Secular Celebrants are now allowed to solemnize marriages in Michigan. (31:50)

— Texas is trying to shut down abortion clinics during the pandemic. (35:33)

— Republican are still trying to confirm bad judges to lifetime appointments. (40:30)

— Volunteers at a Christian virus clinic in New York City must be anti-LGBTQ. Should the city be partnering with them? (43:42)

— Anti-gay hysteria is preventing scientists from testing enough blood for a virus vaccine. (1:00:40)

— Malaysia has some bad advice for wives during the lockdown. (1:04:40)

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