Friday, October 14, 2011

Evangelical Political Divide

The Associated Press takes a look at the divide among Evangelicals when it comes to Iowa politics here.

Wednesday, October 12, 2011

Arthur F. Holmes

Christian philosopher Arthur Holmes has died at the age of 87. Holmes made a impact on many Wheaton College students, coming from England to study at the school in the early 50s and he began teaching at the school in 1951. He chaired the Philosophy Department for 37 years and wrote numerous books on philosophy from a Christian perspective.

Tuesday, October 11, 2011

Pastor Steals $650,000

The pastor of a Roman Catholic church in Las Vegas took $650,000 from his parish over nearly a decade. Kevin McAuliffe stole from the St. Elizabeth Ann Seton mission fund, the gift shop fund and even from a pot of money intended for candles. McAuliffe pleaded guilty last week and could be sent to prison for 60 years. He built it into one of Nevada’s largest Roman Catholic parishes, but used the funds for a gambling addict.

Romey wants Perry to Reject Texas Pastor

Mitt Romney is calling on Rick Perry to "repudiate" remarks by Texas pastor who said Mormonism is a cult. Romney says it is "poisonous language." Perry has said doesn't consider it a cult, but also won't disavow pastor Robert Jeffress. New Jersey Governor Chris Christie endorced Romney and also condemned Jeffress' remarks.

Taking The Reins Of Billy Graham's Legacy

NPR looks at whether Billy Graham's daughter can take the reigns of his ministry here.

Is Mormonism a Cult?

CNN offered a segment on the subject.