"The majority will probably not hear 'thou good and faithful servant.' … I'm praying [I will]. I'm not done yet. You know it's very easy to start right, and it's very difficult to finish right."
Benny Hinn, on other faith healers.
"There was this rhetoric in the last immigration debate that was, frankly, harsh. We need to understand that we are still a nation of immigrants, and we need to bring people out of the shadows and make them legal."
Mathew Staver, dean of the law school at Liberty University, founded by the late Jerry Falwell.
U.S. News & World Report
"I've had lawyers and others tell me this is the new civil rights movement for the 21st century in America."
Blake Lorenz, the Florida pastor who housed runaway Rifqa Bary. The Ohio teenager had feared her Muslim family would kill her for converting to Christianity. In October, a court ordered her to return home.
Central Florida News 13
"I tried reading the Bible, being engrossed in a conversation, even standing there with my arms crossed. Nothing works. So I just grit my teeth."
Tina Kicklighter, on trying not to shake hands or hug at church during flu season.
Los Angeles Times
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