have an answer for you.
- Remember the Arizona pastor who was arrested for holding Bible studies in his house? (Local law says you can't have more than 12 visitors without a permit.) Well, he's been fined $12,000, and now he's facing a few years in jail for not paying it. If you're gonna break the law for Jesus, then you'd better be prepared to face the penalty.
- Bizarro World. Someone's protesting the White House for religious reasons. Sound like business as usual? This time it's a group of athiests who are protesting; they say that members of the White House are praying for an end to the drought, and the Council for Secular Humanism believes it's unconstitutional.
- If you're a fan of Jeff Foxworthy, you might be interested in his new game show, American Bible Challenge, where Foxworthy challenges people to answer Bible trivia questions in order to raise money for charity groups. (If you hear someone complaining about the show's Christian theme, then be sure to ask them why they hate charity.)
It'll be on the Game Show Network.
Here's Jeff Foxworthy to tell you all about it: