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Atlanta megachurch pastor Bishop Eddie Long ‘preyed upon investors’ faith’

Posted on Sat, Mar. 09, 2013 Atlanta megachurch pastor Bishop Eddie Long ‘preyed upon investors’ faith’ Religion News Service March 9, 2013 Atlanta megachurch pastor Bishop Eddie Long is facing a suit from former parishioners who say they lost more than $1 million after he encouraged them to invest in a company that was operating ...

Being banished from Westboro Baptist Church

Sat Mar 9 2013 Lauren Drain is a former member of the much maligned Westboro Baptist Church of Topeka, Kansas. She tells us about her life in the church and how she was banished from both the church and her family. CBS News Being banished from Westboro Baptist Church

SSPX expels Bishop Williamson | CatholicHerald.co.uk

The Society of St Pius X has confirmed that it has expelled the English Bishop Richard Williamson. Bishop Williamson, 72, one of four men illicitly ordained in 1988 by Archbishop Marcel Lefebvre in Écône, Switzerland, has been a controversial figure, particularly for his views on Jews, who he has called the “enemies of Christ”. In ...

NBC Defames Carp And The Unification Church Of America

by Peter Ross-NYCIn November of 1993, NBC aired several programs which defamed the Unification Church of America and CARP. The following letter was submitted to NBC’s lawyer by Peter Ross. attorney, who represents the Unification Church and CARP. In addition to this response the Unification Church has filed an official complaint with the Federal Communications ...

When is a Religion a Cult?

From Inform Inform believes it is important to recognise that definitions are man-made decisions. Exactly what characteristics are ‘put together’ under a label, and where the distinguishing boundaries are drawn between different phenomena, can vary from place to place and time to time.1 Furthermore, different people may use the same concept to refer to very different things. Sometimes a term is ...

The Art of Living in Modern India

Revealer Jake Halpern December 12, 2012 When I think of India, the same bizarre sound always resonates in my head. It is not the sound of muezzin, or Bollywood soundtracks, or auto-rickshaw drivers cursing at plodding elephants, though there was plenty of that. No. It’s the sound of a lone man sawing a piece of ...