Robinson also said school shootings can be stopped by having public schools teach that Jesus is the only way to salvation.
"We could have a man that is a native Californian who came through the ranks to represent our state," Calvary Chapel Chino Hills Pastor Jack Hibbs said of GOP candidate Larry Elder.
"Revival is literally our only hope," pastor Shane Idleman told Newsweek. "The Titanic has been hit and revival is the only way to turn it around."
Former purity movement leader Josh Harris is offering his "deconstruction" course free to those "harmed by purity culture," but critics accuse him of trying to make money off a problem he caused.
Scott said she wanted to "de-emphasize privileged voices and cede focus to others" after her most recent $2.7 billion donation.
Matthew West sings about "dances on the TikTok in a crop top" in his music video, which has been watched more than 450,000 times but has also attracted plenty of negative comments.
"If evangelicals don't change, they pose an existential crisis," Anthea Butler said.
In a video posted to his Facebook page on Saturday, Jansen told his followers that the Biden administration is a hoax, repeating claims that officials and Trump's own attorney general have dismissed as baseless conspiracies.
A recent Pew poll shows that 45 percent of white evangelicals say they will not get the COVID-19 vaccine.
The evangelical pastor and son of Billy Graham is encouraging people to get the vaccine in a TV interview that will air on Sunday.
"God has not changed his mind," Kunneman said. "President Trump won. The nation is now in a place where we are being tested. God is going to fulfill what he has spoken through the prophets."
Evangelist David Heavener has made the claim that a pastor has to have a strong body odor smell in order to be truly preaching "real sermons."
In early March, the American Society of Civil Engineers gave U.S. infrastructure a C-minus grade as they called for trillions of dollars in infrastructure investment.
Kerr has previously said that there is football in Heaven as well as a warehouse where God keeps spare body parts and organs for those in need.
The survey results come as some two dozen states across the country have introduced anti-trans legislation this year.
"I have serious concerns for the charismatic-prophetic world that if we do not wake up, if we do not humble ourselves, there is greater judgment to come," said Jeremiah Johnson.
"What Trump stood for by association the media caricatured us as standing for and, with the greatest respect, that often was not the case," said British evangelical leader Gavin Calver.
Religious conservatives and law-enforcement officers who were uncomfortable with family separations may be open to immigration reform.
"Line 'em up against the wall and shoot them. That's what you do with them," Rick Wiles said.
"You cannot come against the Lord of the Sabbath, the Lord of angel armies," Pastor George Pearsons said, touting Trump's baseless claims of election fraud.
Pastor George Pearsons said Trump had "endeavored to follow" God's word.
"Progressive and moderate Christians alike must speak out now against this latest election-year hijacking of our faith," Faithful America said.
"Jesus himself said, 'There's gonna be a time when you need to sell your coat and buy a sword,'" Rick Joyner said.
Reverend Nathan Empsall told Newsweek that Christians must work "to remove an anti-life president who separates families, ignores the record death toll of COVID-19, abuses women, opposes religious freedom for non-Christians, and tries to divide us on racial lines whenever it profits him personally."
Nearly 550 people reportedly attended the Trump event despite the governor banning public or private gatherings of more than 50 people because of the pandemic.
"Essentially, [liberals] have not honestly dealt with the fact that they had upset an apple cart that has changed American history," Schaeffer, the son of evangelical leaders, said of Roe v. Wade. "They just want it to all go away."
I hoped that once in office he would rise to the occasion and become more presidential. But that didn't happen.
From expanding restrictions on family planning funding to provoking war with Iran, the president's foreign policy reads like a wish list for many conservative evangelical Christians.
The open letter noted that many young people are leaving the church because they see Christianity being "hijacked by those who are thirsty for political power."