Conspiracies

One-Fourth of White Evangelicals Embrace the QAnon Conspiracy Theory: Poll

One-Fourth of White Evangelicals Embrace the QAnon Conspiracy Theory: Poll

One-fourth of white evangelicals and Republicans say they believe the tenets of the debunked QAnon conspiracy theory, according to a new survey that also found that Republicans who watch Fox News and right-wing news outlets are the most likely to embrace it.

QAnon Is a 'Pack of Lies,' Says Man Who Entered Capitol Jan. 6: I 'Fell Victim' to It

QAnon Is a 'Pack of Lies,' Says Man Who Entered Capitol Jan. 6: I 'Fell Victim' to It

An Iowa man arrested for his alleged involvement in the Jan. 6 attack on the U.S. Capitol said in a court motion this week that he “fell victim” to the QAnon conspiracy theory. The man has rebuked QAnon as "a pack of lies."

QAnon Is a False Teaching in the Church that Must Be Opposed, Pastor Says

QAnon Is a False Teaching in the Church that Must Be Opposed, Pastor Says

Pastors are fighting back as QAnon conspiracy theories continue to grow in popularity among evangelicals.

Survey: More Than a Quarter of White Evangelicals Believe Core QAnon Conspiracy Theory

Survey: More Than a Quarter of White Evangelicals Believe Core QAnon Conspiracy Theory

A new survey reports that more than a quarter of white evangelical Protestants believe in a QAnon conspiracy theory that purports that former President Donald Trump is secretly battling a cabal of pedophile Democrats. Further, approximately half of white evangelical Protestants express support for the debunked claim that Antifa was responsible for the recent insurrection at the U.S. Capitol.

The Urgency of Reason for Our Culture and Our Faith

The Urgency of Reason for Our Culture and Our Faith

According to a new study by Lifeway Research, 49 percent of Protestant pastors in the US say they frequently hear members of their congregation repeat conspiracy theories. Today, we will examine one such theory, then we will use it as a case study to emphasize the urgency of reason for our culture and our faith.

Trump Faith Advisor Urges Christians to Stop Falling for Conspiracies: 'Share the Message of Jesus' Instead

Trump Faith Advisor Urges Christians to Stop Falling for Conspiracies: 'Share the Message of Jesus' Instead

A member of President Trump’s Evangelical Advisory Board is urging Christian Trump supporters to reject conspiracies and stop “spreading fear.”