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David Gibson

David Gibson

David Gibson is a national reporter for RNS and an award-winning religion journalist, author and filmmaker. He has written several books on Catholic topics. His latest book is on biblical artifacts: "Finding Jesus: Faith. Fact. Forgery," which was also the basis of a popular CNN series.


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    Zanax is an alien power which lays hold of the individual, and yet cannot tear oneself away, nor has a will to do so; for one fears Xanax, but what one fears one desires.

  2. I left a denominational church many years ago (I was not their cup of tea) and I did not really fit in to most of them. So I have been an unaffiliated “Acts” Christian for decades. The most Christian people I’ve ever seen would have to be “Acts” Christians today. Gene Scott and Melissa Scott said they are “Acts” Christians. But the one I liked best was J. Vernon McGee. Look at the ones who’ve been disasters .. Jimmy Swaggart, the R.C. in general, Tammy/Jimmy, Davidian, Jones & Guiana, Hastings(?) the end-of-the world huckster .. one after another .. selling snake oil and calling it Christian

  1. […] Tuesday's Religion News Roundup: Ritter v. Messiah * Religious reality TV … Singer-songwriter Josh Ritter doesn't like Messiah College's policy on gays and says he won't play again at the Christian college until it's changed. Doesn't sound like another invitation is pending. United Methodist pastor Thomas W. Ogletree was … Read more on Religion News Service […]