Scott Lively declares that “I do happen to believe that the last days are upon us and Christ’s return is imminent – meaning years rather than decades. I think it is possible that coming events of 2017 will in retrospect be seen as the beginning of sorrows.”
Richard Viguerie complains that, after the firing of Steve Bannon, “this White House is beginning to look like a Democratic administration rather than a Republican administration.”
Leave it to Concerned Women for America’s Penny Nance to claim that the firing of a sexist Google engineer “had done a disservice to women by shutting down an important dialogue about ideas such as nature vs. nurture and everything else that goes into the cause of a gender gap in tech.”
David and Jason Benham say that the recent eclipse was “a physical manifestation of a much deeper spiritual truth—that our nation has abandoned the light of the world, and darkness has come upon us.”
Pastor Ronnie Floyd has been named the new president of the National Day of Prayer.
Finally, Eagle Forum seems to be locked in an absurd battle over the fact that Tim Barton will be leading a tour of the U.S. Capitol during an upcoming Eagle Forum conference in Washington, D.C., because his father, Religious Right pseudo-historian David Barton, supports a convention of states, which the late Phyllis Schlafly vehemently opposed.