Christians

Salon: ‘White Christianity’ Fuels Fascism; Republican Movement ‘Objectively Evil’

In a shockingly anti-white and anti-Christian dialogue, Salon staff writer Chauncey DeVega sat with University of Pennsylvania religious studies professor Anthea Butler, referring to “the Republican fascist movement” as “objectively evil,” hoping that “people of color” die out in the battle against “multiracial democracy,” while accusing “white Christians” of embracing lies, terrorism, white supremacy and fascism.

People pray at a festival held by the far right group 'Super Happy Fun America' in Auburn, Massachusetts on July 24, 2021. - Leaders of Super Happy Fun America, a far right group that took part in Capital riots on January 6th, 2021, held a summer festival called the The …

Indonesia: Religious Leaders Host Sanitary Mask Bonfire

A video circulating this week in Indonesia showing Christian leaders praying over a bonfire and burning sanitary masks has caused alarm, the Asian outlet Coconuts reported on Wednesday, as one of the men praying can be heard asserting, “we do not believe in vaccines.”

BOISE, ID - MARCH 06: Attendees toss surgical masks into a fire during a mask burning event at the Idaho Statehouse on March 6, 2021 in Boise, Idaho. Citizens and politicians, including the Lieutenant Governor Janice McGeachin, gathered in at least 20 cities across the state to protest COVID-19 restrictions. …

ISIS-Linked Jihadists Massacre Christian Farmers in Indonesia

The remote Indonesian village of Kalemago held a mass funeral Wednesday for four coffee farmers murdered by Islamist militants the previous day. The primarily Christian residents of the village demanded “firm action” against the killers and seemed skeptical they would get it.

Relatives carry the coffin of Daniel Agung, who died in a blast at the Surabaya Centre Pentecostal Church, during his funeral in Surabaya on May 15, 2018. - Indonesia's elite anti-terror force Densus 88 conducted raids nationwide in the wake of a deadly wave of suicide bombings as calls grow …