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Member of defiant Central church dies from coronavirus illness, but pastor says it's a lie
Post Date: 2020-04-16 23:56:47 by Gatlin
Member of defiant Central church dies from coronavirus illness, but pastor says it's a lie A 78-year-old man who attended a Central church that has bucked state stay-at- home restrictions has died from the illness tied to the novel coronavirus. The East Baton Rouge Parish coroner said Harold Orillion, a parish resident, died from the COVID-19 respiratory illness on Wednesday. Three sources told The Advocate that Orillion had ties to the Life Tabernacle Church. They spoke on condition of anonymity because they were not authorized to publicly discuss a link between the man and the church. The Rev. Tony Spell, the church's pastor, did not return messages left Thursday about ...

Why religious people 'cling' to beliefs even when contradicted by evidence
Post Date: 2020-04-16 04:04:58 by Gatlin
Why religious people 'cling' to beliefs even when contradicted by evidenceStaunchly religious people's minds are dominated by emotion over analytic thinking. Religious people "cling" to certain beliefs in the face of evidence because those views are closely tied to their moral compasses, new studies have suggested. Dogmatic individuals hold confidently to their faith even when contradicted by experts because those beliefs have "emotional resonance," researchers said. In contrast, militant atheists struggle to see anything positive about religion because their brains are dominated by analytical thinking, scientists found. Researchers at Case Western ...

Do You Have Blind Faith?
Post Date: 2020-04-16 03:52:47 by Gatlin
Do You Have Blind Faith? Are you following your religion blindly? Do you divorced your logic and reason from your religious convictions? Certain people seem to do that and teach others the same : that there is a dichotomy between faith and reason. The fundamentalists and certain atheists are wrong about this. It is so outdated and such a caricature of faith that is frustrating to explain it. But because it comes up again and again, we need to address it, again and again. Tertullian famously asked “What has Athens to do with Jerusalem?” Or what has reason or logic to do with faith or religion? It is easy to pick apart random non-thinking masses who are religious and assume that ...

Coronavirus claims 3 more pastors; one may have exposed hundreds to disease at funeral
Post Date: 2020-04-15 20:38:12 by Gatlin
Coronavirus claims 3 more pastors; one may have exposed hundreds to disease at funeral At least three more pastors have lost their lives to the new coronavirus in just over a week, leaving more churches across the nation mourning in the fallout from the pandemic. Bishop Timothy Titus Scott, Sr., 88, of St. James Temple Church of God in Christ in Clarksdale, Mississippi; Pastor Alvin Charles McElroy, 79, of Friendship Baptist Church in Riverhead, New York; and Father Gioacchino Basile, 60, a priest of the Archdiocese of Newark, who had been leading Saint Gabriel Church in East Elmhurst, New York City, all died as a result of the coronavirus. Scott, who died last Friday, had been the ...

Virginia pastor who defiantly held church service dies of coronavirus
Post Date: 2020-04-15 13:14:36 by Gatlin
Virginia pastor who defiantly held church service dies of coronavirus He practiced what he preached — then he died of coronavirus. An evangelical pastor died of COVID-19 just weeks after proudly showing off how packed his Virginia church was — and vowing to keep preaching “unless I’m in jail or the hospital.” In his last known in-person service on March 22, Bishop Gerald O. Glenn got his congregation at Richmond’s New Deliverance Evangelistic Church to stand to prove how many were there despite warnings against gatherings of more than 10 people. “I firmly believe that God is larger than this dreaded virus. You can quote me on that,” he said, ...

Pope Francis pushes for universal basic income
Post Date: 2020-04-13 12:23:19 by Hondo68
Pope Francis said in an Easter letter to members of various social movements that the crisis caused by the coronavirus could be a time to consider a universal basic income."I know that you have been excluded from the benefits of globalization," he wrote on April 12. "You do not enjoy the superficial pleasures that anesthetize so many consciences, yet you always suffer from the harm they produce. The ills that afflict everyone hit you twice as hard."Pointing to "street vendors, recyclers, carnies, small farmers, construction workers, dressmakers, the different kinds of caregivers" who have "no steady income," Francis said that a universal basic income ...

Kansas Supreme Court Sides With Governor, Preserving Ban On Large Church Services
Post Date: 2020-04-12 13:14:38 by Gatlin
Kansas Supreme Court Sides With Governor, Preserving Ban On Large Church Services TOPEKA, Kansas — Democratic Gov. Laura Kelly won a ruling from the Kansas Supreme Court Saturday that said she holds sweeping powers to shut down operations in the state, including large church services, in the face of a public health crisis. The high court said that a panel of legislative leaders lacked the power to reverse Kelly’s controversial limits on church and funeral services. She had said the action was needed to respond to the spread of COVID-19. That meant that late on the night before Easter, Kelly’s order banning church gatherings of more than 10 congregants remained in force. ...

Kentucky governor announces state will record license plate information of church attendees, impose mandatory quarantine
Post Date: 2020-04-11 19:42:55 by Hondo68
Kentucky Gov. Andy Beshear (D) urged residents to remain indoors for the Easter holiday and mandated that anyone who breaks the state's stay-at-home order will have to self-quarantine for two weeks. © Youtube/ Andy Beshear Kentucky governor announces state will record license plate information of church attendees, impose mandatory quarantine Beshear will enforce his state's laws by recording the license plates of any person attending Easter services or other gatherings. The residents will then receive quarantine notices in person. "This is a time and weekend, a whole week for multiple faiths, that is about faith. It's about knowing we have faced as people - as ...

Pastor Tony Spell: Why I Love Him
Post Date: 2020-04-08 19:01:11 by Gatlin
Pastor Tony Spell: Why I Love Him He knows God wouldn’t let the good folks at Life Tabernacle Church die when their only sin is their desire to demonstrate their love of God. God doesn’t act this way, does He? I’ve written about Pastor Tony Spell in a prior post, but I love this guy and his Life Tabernacle Church so much that I wanted to celebrate him again. He deserves this for one simple reason: he talks the talk and walks the walk no matter the cost to his parishioners. He has been regularly bringing 1,000 people to worship with him in Baton Rouge despite Louisiana Governor John Bel Edwards’ barring of gatherings of over 50 people. “If they close every door ...

Post Date: 2020-04-08 16:55:48 by Gatlin
Louisiana Pastor Says if Parishioners Die from COVID-19, It's Sacrifice for God "If they die ... they die." Yes, a now-infamous Louisiana pastor got all "Rocky IV" on us ... saying, if any of his church members die from the virus, they'll have done so in the name of God and freedom. Tony Spell, leader of Life Tabernacle Church in Baton Rouge, tells TMZ ... he thinks true Christians do not mind dying from COVID-19. He insists that what they fear instead is living in fear. As he puts it, "People that can prefer tyranny over freedom do not deserve freedom." He's also not flinching at medical experts suggesting most of the nation will eventually ...

100 Bible Verses about Submission To Authority
Post Date: 2020-04-08 10:14:52 by Gatlin
100 Bible Verses about Submission To Authority Obey your leaders and submit to them, for they are keeping watch over your souls, as those who will have to give an account. Let them do this with joy and not with groaning, for that would be of no advantage to you. Romans 13:1-7 ESV / 41 helpful votes HelpfulNot Helpful Let every person be subject to the governing authorities. For there is no authority except from God, and those that exist have been instituted by God. Therefore whoever resists the authorities resists what God has appointed, and those who resist will incur judgment. For rulers are not a terror to good conduct, but to bad. Would you have no fear of the one who is in ...

Why Do People Interpret The Bible Differently?
Post Date: 2020-04-08 09:21:18 by Gatlin
Why do so many people study the same New Testament but draw different conclusions? One man is a member of this church because of this Biblical reason, another is a member of that church because of that Biblical reason. One man believes or practices this, another believes or practices that. Why do so many people study the same New Testament, but draw different conclusions? Concerning interpreting the Bible, G.H. Schodde writes, A person has interpreted the thoughts of another when he has in his own mind a correct reproduction or photograph of the thought as it was conceived in the mind of the original writer or speaker. It is accordingly a purely reproductive process, involving no ...

With churches closed, more people are turning to prayer amid coronavirus uncertainty
Post Date: 2020-04-07 03:21:12 by Gatlin
With churches closed, more people are turning to prayer amid coronavirus uncertainty On a typical Sunday, nearly 1,000 parishioners show up to one of four Masses held at St. Peter the Apostle Church in River Edge. But now that church services have moved online due to the coronavirus crisis, the number of worshipers has grown. Last Sunday, more than 1,300 people tuned in to the Rev. Michael Sheehan's virtual service. Other houses of worship around North Jersey are also reporting higher numbers at online prayer services and classes. Father Sheehan isn't surprised. "When you come up against the true fragility of life and it hits us in the face, we have to look for places ...

Post Date: 2020-04-07 03:11:21 by Gatlin
PASTOR KENNETH COPELAND I'LL BLOW THIS STINKIN' VIRUS AWAY!!! Well, this is frightening ... a Texas pastor is selling a new cure for the virus ... just blow it away. Check out this video from Televangelist Kenneth Copeland, who sermonized to his congregation Thursday that with a little wind and heat, he could take the wind out of the sails of the deadly virus. Copeland, who heads up the Copeland Ministries out of Fort Worth, has been in the biz for 52 years, but this sermon has gotta take the cake. He has promised his congregants that the virus would end soon. Let's hope Trump doesn't hear about the Pastor's "cure."

SoCal megachurch pastor tells worshipers to stay home
Post Date: 2020-04-07 02:59:03 by Gatlin
SoCal megachurch pastor tells worshipers to stay home Amid stories that several megachurch pastors in recent weeks have defied calls to cancel gatherings during the coronavirus pandemic, President Trump tweeted this weekend that he would be “tuning in” Sunday to listen to Greg Laurie, a Southern California megachurch pastor, online. And so, from his empty Riverside campus at Harvest Christian Fellowship, a church of 15,000 people that would normally be bustling Sunday morning, Laurie filmed a greeting for “a very special guest to our service today.” “Thank you for talking about the importance of the church in your press conferences,” Laurie said to ...

New Jersey church sparks movement after sending care package to member with coronavirus
Post Date: 2020-04-07 02:52:11 by Gatlin
Church sparks movement after sending care package to member with coronavirus Get all the latest news on coronavirus and more delivered daily to your inbox. Sign up here. A New Jersey church sparked a nationwide movement after shipping one of its members who tested positive for the coronavirus a care package. Chris Morante, the pastor of Evangel Church in Scotch Plains, told "Fox & Friends First" how he started "Boxes of Hope," which nationwide is through GetBoxesOfHope.com. "We've always been committed to reaching our neighbors," Morante said. "We always say our mission field is across the street and around the world, so we began to ...

Mayor issues statement after EBR sees spike in COVID-19 cases
Post Date: 2020-04-06 16:02:25 by Gatlin
Mayor issues statement after EBR sees spike in COVID-19 cases BATON ROUGE, La. (WAFB) - East Baton Rouge Parish saw a nearly 60% increase in COVID-19 from Friday, April 3 to Saturday, April 4. The cases jumped from 389 to 621 in that 24-hour period. Mayor-president Sharon Weston Broome released a statement Saturday afternoon about the cause of the spike in numbers and about hospital bed availability. As I have been reporting, we expect to see an increase of COVID-19 cases in East Baton Rouge Parish. Please keep in mind, a large increase of confirmed cases can be attributed to a logjam of lab results being reported to the Louisiana Department of Health. The more important indicator ...

Newborn baby dies in Baton Rouge after coronavirus-positive mom went into premature labor
Post Date: 2020-04-06 15:56:24 by Gatlin
Newborn baby dies in Baton Rouge after Coronavirus positive mom went into premature labor The newborn baby girl who died from coronavirus Monday morning at a Baton Rouge hospital was born prematurely because her mother's body went into preterm labor while trying to fight off the disease, the parish coroner said during a press conference. The child was born more than three months early, after 22 weeks gestation, officials said. Her mother remains hospitalized on a ventilator. East Baton Rouge Coroner Dr. Beau Clark said death investigators attributed the child's death to coronavirus because her mother likely wouldn't have gone into premature labor if she hadn't been ...

Foolishness isn't faith
Post Date: 2020-04-06 15:47:01 by Gatlin
Foolishness isn't faith In times of crisis and fear, many Americans rightly turn to their faith. But what happens when faith leaders put their followers in peril by insisting the only way to properly worship is to gather in large groups that risk spreading the deadly coronavirus? Officials in Florida have taken the drastic step of filing charges against a pastor who defied that state’s stay-home order, calling on congregants to attend Sunday services at his megachurch. The Rev. Rodney Howard-Browne presided over several services with several hundred parishioners at the River Church. The pastor has blasted stay-home orders as anti-Christian and an infringement on freedom of ...

Tony Spell is an attention-seeking fool. That's not what a pastor should be.
Post Date: 2020-04-06 15:33:28 by Gatlin
Tony Spell is an attention-seeking fool. That's not what a pastor should be. We’re at war, all of us, collectively, with a highly contagious, invisible, and deadly enemy. Most are sacrificing, some more than others, doing what’s right, focused on lowering coronavirus-related deaths. Tony Spell’s fighting another battle. The pastor of Life Tabernacle in Central continues to bus in hundreds from surrounding parishes. He’s been charged by prosecutors for doing so. And yet on Tuesday, after those charges were filed, Spell once again filled his church with people. On the very day Louisiana had its highest number of coronavirus deaths to date, Spell turned his ...

Texas pastors demand a “religious liberty” exemption to coronavirus stay-at-home orders
Post Date: 2020-04-05 19:29:43 by Gatlin
Texas pastors demand a “religious liberty” exemption to coronavirus stay-at-home orders Last week, Harris County Judge Lina Hidalgo, who oversees the area of Texas that includes Houston, issued an order requiring “all individuals currently living within Harris County ... to stay at their place of residence except for Essential Activities” (in Texas, the title “county judge” refers to the chief executive of a county government). Like many similar orders handed down by state and local officials throughout the United States, which are intended to slow the spread of the coronavirus pandemic, Hidalgo’s order closes most businesses within the county and ...

Virus hot spots in South poised for disproportionate suffering
Post Date: 2020-04-05 17:17:40 by Gatlin
Virus hot spots in South poised for disproportionate suffering With equipment shortages coast to coast, local officials are left begging residents to stay indoors. St. John the Baptist Parish, just southeast of Baton Rouge, La., has a population of just over 43,000 — and the highest per capita coronavirus mortality rate in the nation. Frantic local officials instituted an overnight curfew just this week and are begging residents to stay home. But in largely rural Southern states like Louisiana — where social distancing has been spotty, widespread testing is unavailable and hospitals are poorer and farther apart — the response may be coming too late to avoid a public ...

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