QAnon

New Report Details the Influence of Christian Nationalism on the Insurrection

New Report Details the Influence of Christian Nationalism on the Insurrection

A team of scholars, faith leaders and advocates unveiled an exhaustive new report Wednesday (Feb. 9) that documents in painstaking detail the role Christian nationalism played in the Jan. 6 attack on the U.S. Capitol and calling it an unsettling preview of things to come.

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.

Pastor Calls Biden 'Demon-Possessed,' Claims There Are Child-Trafficking Tunnels in D.C.

Pastor Calls Biden 'Demon-Possessed,' Claims There Are Child-Trafficking Tunnels in D.C.

On Sunday, controversial Tennessee pastor Greg Locke called President Joe Biden “demonic” and promoted a debunked QAnon conspiracy theory during a now-viral church sermon.

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."

Survey: White Evangelicals, Hispanic Protestants, Mormons Most Likely to Believe in QAnon

Survey: White Evangelicals, Hispanic Protestants, Mormons Most Likely to Believe in QAnon

According to a new survey by the Public Religion Research Institute, White Evangelicals, Hispanic Protestants and members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints are the most likely to believe in the QAnon conspiracy theory.

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.

United Methodist Pastor's Podcast 'Cross Over Q' Challenges Qanon, Comforts Its Victims

United Methodist Pastor's Podcast 'Cross Over Q' Challenges Qanon, Comforts Its Victims

In late January, United Methodist clergyman Vicar Derek Kubilus launched a podcast called Cross Over Q to open a conversation about QAnon with his fellow Christians, who number among Q's adherents.

'Q Is the Truth,': Lin Wood Promotes QAnon at Bible College to Cheering Crowds

'Q Is the Truth,': Lin Wood Promotes QAnon at Bible College to Cheering Crowds

Rhema Bible Training College and Rhema Bible Church in Broken Arrow, Oklahoma, hosted a conference over the weekend that featured well-known attorney Lin Wood. At the conference, Wood promoted QAnon conspiracies, as hundreds of attendees cheered.

Pastors Are Leaving Their Churches over Congregants’ Belief in QAnon Conspiracies

Pastors Are Leaving Their Churches over Congregants’ Belief in QAnon Conspiracies

According to a new report from Business Insider, some pastors are leaving their churches over their congregants' belief in QAnon conspiracies.

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.

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