"That is one for the big book," a spokesman for the Marion County Sheriff's Department said of the incident.
The woman recited a passage out of Cardi B and Megan Thee Stallion's chart-smashing new single "WAP."
Tom Ellis is back but not as you know him, and the salacious drama has once again introduced a new biblical figure to add a bit of sinful intrigue.
An ad published in The Tennessean warned "Islam" is going to set off a nuclear bomb in Nashville on July 18.
He defended use of force against Lafayette Park protesters last week prior to President Trump's St. John's Church photo-op.
"There is a fundamental—a Constitutional—right to protest," Senator Ben Sasse said.
"Just a reminder: If you believe in God or the Bible, [Todd] thinks you are a gullible, fairy-tale-believing sap," actor Nick Searcy tweeted.
Between 2010 and 2013, Oxford professor Dirk Obbink supposedly sold the fragments in multiple installments to Hobby Lobby owner Steve Green—who purchased them for the Museum of the Bible in Washington, D.C.
Pastor Robert Jeffress, serves on President Trump's Evangelical Advisory Board, told young climate activist Greta Thunberg the rainbow was "God's promise that the polar ice caps aren't going to melt and flood the world again."
Newsweek spoke to two academics who immersed themselves in evangelical communities to understand how a quarter of the U.S. population came to reject the idea that climate change is a man-made problem.
Rev. William Barber responded to Trump saying he's "the chosen one" by offering the president advice from the Bible.
An upcoming mock trial will pit Alan Dershowitz against former Governor Chris Christie in a case judging Joseph's brothers, who were jealous of his coat of many colors and sold him into slavery.
"Hatred can be concealed by our acceptance of #WhiteNationalism and malice will be revealed in our cashing of NRA checks and failure to act," one Twitter user wrote.
Researchers have studied the genomes of 10 individuals from the ancient port of Ashkelon.
Christianity, Judaism and Islam have all condemned usury, the practice of lending with excessive interest.
The artifact describes several kings mentioned in the Christian bible.
There has been a rift in public schools since Protestants first split into liberal and conservative camps.
Grand Canyon University quoted the New Testament of the Holy Bible in its rejection of the right-wing provocateur, as it stressed beliefs in unity and harmony versus that of Shapiro's combative and divisive rhetoric.
It is thought the wise men were, in fact, very wise and mathematically adept astrologers.
"America is definitely not a theocracy, but we are without a doubt a nation of Christians, and as such, we know we're commanded to give refuge to those who are in need. But here's the thing: We're not being allowed to welcome them into the nation."
Researchers think the aerial explosion could have destroyed the city in an instant.