Greene said the U.S. government is "abusing", torturing and committing "human rights abuses" against the jailed rioters in D.C.
"We are disappointed by the Court's decision and potential threat to public safety if this event ensues," Mayor Brandon Scott spokesperson Cal Harris wrote.
Newsweek spoke to Jessica Chastain, Andrew Garfield and writer Abe Sylvia about their new biopic "The Eyes of Tammy Faye," out in theaters on September 17.
The senators said the IRS "should take care to ensure no decisions are based on bias for or against" a religious viewpoint.
Nigeria is the wealthiest and most populous country in Africa. It is also the location of the most continuous and escalating Christian persecution.
Christian nationalism is not just "a problem for the faithful, but a problem for the planet and the country," said pastor Doug Pagitt.
"Weaponizing any sort of holy worship for earthly political gain only drags the country's partisan divisions into the church," Rev. Nathan Empsall of Faithful America said.
Moderate Alabama pastor Ed Litton defeated conservative Georgia pastor Mike Stone, who supported a motion to repudiate critical race theory, as the next leader of the Southern Baptist Convention on Tuesday.
Faithful America argues Trump "committed blasphemy" and propped up "state violence and white supremacy."
The prominent Christian theologian said he talks "every day" with pastors of "virtually every denomination" about their concern for members who believe in QAnon.
The new poll also found that 24 percent of white evangelical Protestants and Mormons agree that "because things have gotten so off track, true American patriots may have to resort to violence in order to save our country."
Previous polling has shown that white evangelical Christians are one of the demographics most skeptical of the COVID-19 vaccines.
"There's things I know that I can't say, but what I can say is that Trump is not done," said Nathan French.
The southern state's secretary of state, Michael Watson, said believers "understand the signs of the times right now."
Churches across the U.S. and around the world will be streaming virtual services today.
Pastor Mario Murillo said Christians should pray for the nation to "wake up from this spell."
Faithful America said the controversial Republican is "twisting Scripture to interfere with COVID-19 health measures."
"He's finished. He's done," Robin Bullock said, referring to President Joe Biden.
Claiming "evil" forces "stole" the U.S. presidential election from Trump, self-proclaimed prophet Rick Joyner urged true Christians to arm themselves for a coming civil war.
"We feel the urgent need to denounce this violent mutation of our faith," the evangelical Christian leaders wrote in an open letter.
"As long as Biden continues to push this hard-left agenda down the throats of Americans there's not going to be any unity," Pastor Robert Jeffress told Fox Business.
They argue Samaritan's Purse and the Billy Graham Evangelistic Association, nonprofits he heads, "are complicit" in spreading misinformation about the election.
Representative Adam Kinzinger said Tuesday that Christian leaders should "lead the flock back into the truth."
Videos posted to social media show youthful attendees of the Christian "Xtreme Winter" event in Branson, Missouri mingling without following social distancing guidelines or wearing face masks.
It wouldn't be the holidays without the annual talk about the so-called "War on Christmas." But when did this controversy actually start?
According to an investigative report by "Inside Edition," Daystar Television paid back a $3.9 million PPP loan, with interest, after the newsmagazine show looked into how the money was used.
"You know what, I quit, I f***ing quit. What is wrong with you people?" the Denny's server told the men in Christian T-shirts, who cited "religious discrimination."