Though Oklahoma has always been considered a more religious state, church membership and attendance has declined. But after new laws go into effect Nov. 1, there’s at least a possibility that more people will be in the pews.
Pew! Pew! Pew!
A sad statement on journalism in general and The Oklahoman in particular: A reporter accepted a position to cover the Cowboys, only to have that opportunity yanked away.
This story is almost a year old.
The judge dismissed the felony charge without prejudice, meaning the felony could be refilled if the government has other evidence or a better argument. Bowman still owes the taxes. The judge said that his banking practices to avoid collection do not constitute...
The biggest schism in the Methodist Church was over the issue of slavery. That rift did not heal for almost 100 years and churches were not fully integrated for almost another 30.
Hopefully the church will reach a consensus on what is just and righteous more quickly, this time.
This study (And, to be clear, this is one study which is hardly a scientific consensus.) might make a better argument for the myth of the Great Flood than as backing for the creation story.
But all this folderol is probably just an inconsequential sideshow because the marriage of Alexa and Big...