Top of the Week: GOD TV Calls Sean Feucht 'Blasphemous' for Retweeting DeSantis Scripture Message

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GOD TV has called out author, worship leader and evangelist Sean Feucht for retweeting a message from Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis, labeling Feucht as "blasphemous" for doing so.

And Feucht did not take GOD TV's response lightly, saying on Twitter, "it's time to tell the truth about some people in the church."

The controversy began earlier this week when DeSantis, who has risen in popularity over the past couple of years for his bold attacks on the left, sent this tweet to his followers:

Globally, nuclear war has been a threat since the 1950s. Schools in those days conducted drills during which students would hide under their desks.

The infamous duck-and-cover drills aimed to simulate what students should do in case of an atomic attack. Nuclear fallout shelters were stocked with food for survival.

Fast forward seven decades and America faces a new Cold War and, potentially, a new nuclear war. Even before that happens, we may see a nuclear disaster on the ground in Europe as Russians occupy a nuclear power plant in Ukraine. Ukraine Energy Officials are planning for a radioactive incident.

In a world more determined than ever before to deny religion, have the gods of old returned to America—and become the unseen catalysts behind the decline of modern culture?

New York Times bestselling author Jonathan Cahn has spent his life uncovering ancient mysteries in biblical texts, first with his critically acclaimed book The Harbinger and recently with his blockbuster feature film The Harbingers of Things to Come. Now, Cahn is back with his most explosive work to date—The Return of the Gods.

The new book will be available on Sept. 6, 2022.

Are we living in the last moments of human history? Is the whole world about to explode? Has America ever been in a worse condition than it is now?

Certainly, we are living in chaotic times, times of trouble and upheaval. But how bad are things, really? How dire is the condition of the world?

There is a mindset that C. S. Lewis called "chronological snobbery" which he defined as "the uncritical acceptance of the intellectual climate of our own age and the assumption that whatever has gone out of date is on that count discredited."

Should Christian men be painting their fingernails? Worship singer Cory Asbury doesn't see the problem with it, calling Christian's opposition a 'social construct' that needs to change.

Asbury posted a video displaying his multicolored nails that his daughters love to paint.

In a viral video, Internet preacher Marcus Rogers calls out the "Reckless Love" singer for promoting something that he believes "can lead so many people astray."

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